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  • n. Plural form of inquietude.

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Examples

  • El mundo real es bastante cruel con esta profesión, ya que empuja al arquitecto a dejar a un lado todas sus inquietudes creativas, para acabar enfocando sus actividades en un “horrible negocio”, como indica el siguiente vídeo, en inglés, pero se entiende.

    Adventurer’s Bridge House by Max Pritchard Architect

  • The palm trees are dimly visible in the darkness, rustling their inquietudes.

    The Lady Matador’s Hotel

  • Por lo general, iba yo a la de ella y hablábamos de libros, hadas, fantasmas, el más allá, pero también de hombres, del laburo, de las personas con las que no nos llevábamos bien, de nuestras inquietudes personales, de nuestros miedos.

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • Even in those cities which seem to enjoy the blessings of peace, and where the arts flourish, the inhabitants are devoured with envy, care, and inquietudes, which are greater plagues than any experienced in a town besieged.

    Candide

  • The fears, the inquietudes, the uneasy days, the restless nights; all arising from doubts of having disobliged me!

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • It is difficult to say which book was my "home-run" book, but I would say Baroja's Las inquietudes de Santhi Andía.

    A reader for life?

  • El Gran Ecologista no tiene que ir muy lejos para darle rienda suelta a sus inquietudes por el destino del planeta; aquí tiene campo de sobra para ello.

    09/18/2005 - 09/25/2005

  • Mi punto de vista - Mis opiniones, pensamientos, inquietudes, hobbies y conocimientos » Documentos y hojas de cálculo en Google

    Google “Docs & Spreadsheets” Launches

  • The consciousness of having done amiss, had exposed her to a thousand inquietudes, and made her captious and irritable to a degree that must have been — that had been — hard for him to bear.

    Emma

  • The consciousness of having done amiss, had exposed her to a thousand inquietudes, and made her captious and irritable to a degree that must have been -- that had been -- hard for him to bear.

    Emma

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