Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Inquietude.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun Uneasiness; inquietude.

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  • noun Alternative form of inquietude.

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Examples

  • Thus spake Isfendiyar in the unquietude of his spirit, for he knew that what was demanded of Rustem was not fitting or right.

    The Epic of Kings

  • It was a month of the greatest anxiety and unquietude for Trina.

    McTeague

  • The station seemed in a state of unquietude till late into the night.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • Three Brothers 'Saloon occupies a position about midway the alley, and at its doors, the acme, the culminating point, the superlative degree of unquietude and discontent is reached.

    Violets and Other Tales

  • It was a month of the greatest anxiety and unquietude for Trina.

    McTeague

  • It was a month of the greatest anxiety and unquietude for Trina.

    McTeague

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