Definition of Disquieted

1. Adjective. Afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief. "One last worried check of the sleeping children"

Exact synonyms: Distressed, Disturbed, Upset, Worried
Similar to: Troubled



Definition of Disquieted

1. Verb. (past of disquiet) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Disquieted

1. disquiet [v] - See also: disquiet

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disquieted

disqualifiable
disqualification
disqualifications
disqualified
disqualifier
disqualifiers
disqualifies
disqualify
disqualifying
disquantifying
disquantitied
disquantities
disquantity
disquantitying
disquiet
disquieted (current term)
disquieter
disquieters
disquietful
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disquietive
disquietly
disquietment
disquietness
disquietous
disquiets
disquietude
disquietudes
disquisition

Literary usage of Disquieted

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1. Ancient Poetry and Romances of Spain by John Bowring (1824)
"THE maiden is disquieted: Who shall break on her footsteps' tread ? She is wandering o'er the mountain there, Her flocks around her be; She is fair as the ..."

2. History of North Carolina by Samuel A'Court Ashe (1908)
"CHAPTER XV THE TUSCARORA WAR The Indians disquieted. ... The Indians disquieted In the dissensions of the colony, the Pamlico section ad- ! ..."

3. The Church History of Britain: From the Birth of Jesus Christ Until the Year by Thomas Fuller, John Sherren Brewer (1845)
"for, and sundry worthy ministers are disquieted, --- — " who have been spared long : so that we look for " some bickering ere long, and then a battle, ..."

4. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1906)
"... where they are merely disquieted and kept in a state of alarm and apprehension, if it does not result in sickness or physical injury. 3. ..."

5. Travels of Four Years and a Half in the United States of America: During by John Davis (1909)
"... the barbarity of the natives, disquieted the breasts of those whose nerves were not firm. In this situation of affairs, there was wanting a support.for ..."

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