Definition of disquietude:
misgiving, distress, affright, unease, edginess, dismay, feelings, inquietude, panic, fright, apprehension, unrest, terror, solicitude, dread, agita, perturbation, nervosity, malaise, alarm, uncomfortableness, apprehensiveness, concernment, timidity, worry, restlessness, consternation, uneasiness, disquiet, calm, care, concern, restiveness, angst, sweat, fear, queasiness, anxiousness, nervousness, self-consciousness.
- "A Dog with a Bad Name", Talbot Baines Reed.
- "Prisoners of Conscience", Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr.
Swelling by their presence the numbers of men who held the same opinions, who, like them, were dissatisfied, and whom nothing could satisfy, they occasioned an extraordinary agitation of the people, caused fearful disquietude, and excited inordinate hopes.- "Pius IX. And His Time", The Rev. Ã?neas MacDonell Dawson.