Etymology
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unsettled (adj.)

1590s, "not peaceful, not firmly established," from unsettle (v.) or else from un- (1) "not" + past participle of settle (v.). Meaning "not occupied by settlers" is attested from 1724.

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Definitions of unsettled

unsettled (adj.)
still in doubt;
an unsettled state of mind
an unsettled issue
unsettled (adj.)
not settled or established;
an unsettled lifestyle
unsettled (adj.)
subject to change;
unsettled weather with rain and hail and sunshine coming one right after the other
Synonyms: changeable / uncertain
unsettled (adj.)
not yet settled;
unsettled territory
From wordnet.princeton.edu