Definition of disquiet:
inconvenience, fretting, care, distract, distress, put out, dread, disorder, incommode, unhinge, rock, anxiousness, discommode, perturb, ail, edginess, trouble oneself, bother, malaise, unease, disquietude, cark, unrest, perplexity, deflect, discompose, feelings, solicitude, throw out of kilter, foreboding, pain, inconvenience oneself, ruffle, rattle, apprehension, restiveness, uneasiness, flurry, restlessness, queasiness, unsettle, concern, self-consciousness, fear, fretfulness, derange, disarray, toss, calm, nervousness, worry, disoblige, trouble, misgiving.
- agitate (part of speech: verb)
discontentment (part of speech: noun)
- excite (part of speech: verb)
- agitation (part of speech: noun)
- "The Orchard of Tears", Sax Rohmer.
After he came home and devoted himself to his club, she could have wished that he had taken up some profession or business; but since there was money enough, she waited in no great disquiet until he showed as decided a taste for something else as he seemed for the present to have only for horses.- "The Landlord at Lion's Head, Complete", William Dean Howells Last Updated: February 27, 2009.
While the young had been so happy, and while the women, with some exceptions, enjoyed society, with scarcely a cause for disquiet, fathers had been considering the future prospects of those they loved.- "History of American Socialisms", John Humphrey Noyes.