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  • This Adventure gave me great Inquietude, that I should be the unhappy

    Exilius

  • I slept but little, by Means of the Inquietude I had in my

    Exilius

  • When the Fatigue of Pleasure oblig'd them to retire to their Repose, he retir'd only to Inquietude.

    Exilius

  • The poor Man frankly told him his Case, and the cause of his Inquietude.

    The Lining of the Patch-Work Screen

  • The poor Man frankly told him his Case, and the cause of his Inquietude.

    The Lining of the Patch-Work Screen

  • These Considerations gave her much Inquietude, which she communicated to me, when any favourable Moment furnish'd us with Opportunity.

    Exilius

  • She found something was labouring in his Breast, which was concealed from her; and one Night being disturbed in a Dream, with what was ever in his Thoughts, and calling out upon his dear Children; she awoke him, and insisted upon knowing the Cause of his Inquietude.

    Goody Two-Shoes A Facsimile Reproduction of the Edition of 1766

  • "I 'most had diphtheria, an' pneumonia, an 'smallpox this fall," he resumed complacently; "an 'thar's six other diseases that I got symptoms of -- that is, partly, you know: --' Variable appetite, 'an' 'Inquietude,' an 'all that."

    The Tangled Threads

  • All these things combine to give the composition a wholly peculiar coloring, to render its flow somewhat restless and to stamp the etude as a little characteristic piece, a capriccio, which might well be named "Inquietude."

    Chopin : the Man and His Music

  • Inquietude for my own safety was, for a moment, suspended by sympathy with your distress.

    Wieland; or the Transformation. An American Tale.

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