Etymology
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disquiet (v.)

"deprive of peace, rest, or tranquility," 1520s, from dis- + quiet (v.). Related: Disquieted; disquieting. As a noun, "want of quiet, rest, or peace," 1580s.

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Definitions of disquiet
1
disquiet (n.)
a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments;
Synonyms: anxiousness
disquiet (n.)
the trait of seeming ill at ease;
Synonyms: unease / uneasiness
2
disquiet (v.)
disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed;
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