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dis·qui·et

 (dĭs-kwī′ĭt)
tr.v. dis·qui·et·ed, dis·qui·et·ing, dis·qui·ets
To deprive of peace or rest; trouble.
n.
Absence of peace or rest; anxiety.
adj. Archaic
Uneasy; restless.

dis·qui′et·ing·ly adv.
dis·qui′et·ly adv.

disquiet

(dɪsˈkwaɪət)
n
a feeling or condition of anxiety or uneasiness
vb
(tr) to make anxious or upset. Also: disquieten
adj
archaic uneasy or anxious
disˈquietedly, disˈquietly adv
disˈquietedness, disˈquietness n
disˈquieting adj
disˈquietingly adv

dis•qui•et

(dɪsˈkwaɪ ɪt)

n.
1. lack of calm, peace, or ease; anxiety; uneasiness.
v.t.
2. to deprive of calm or peace.
adj.
3. Archaic. uneasy.
[1520–30]
dis•qui′et•ly, adv.

disquiet


Past participle: disquieted
Gerund: disquieting

Imperative
disquiet
disquiet
Present
I disquiet
you disquiet
he/she/it disquiets
we disquiet
you disquiet
they disquiet
Preterite
I disquieted
you disquieted
he/she/it disquieted
we disquieted
you disquieted
they disquieted
Present Continuous
I am disquieting
you are disquieting
he/she/it is disquieting
we are disquieting
you are disquieting
they are disquieting
Present Perfect
I have disquieted
you have disquieted
he/she/it has disquieted
we have disquieted
you have disquieted
they have disquieted
Past Continuous
I was disquieting
you were disquieting
he/she/it was disquieting
we were disquieting
you were disquieting
they were disquieting
Past Perfect
I had disquieted
you had disquieted
he/she/it had disquieted
we had disquieted
you had disquieted
they had disquieted
Future
I will disquiet
you will disquiet
he/she/it will disquiet
we will disquiet
you will disquiet
they will disquiet
Future Perfect
I will have disquieted
you will have disquieted
he/she/it will have disquieted
we will have disquieted
you will have disquieted
they will have disquieted
Future Continuous
I will be disquieting
you will be disquieting
he/she/it will be disquieting
we will be disquieting
you will be disquieting
they will be disquieting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disquieting
you have been disquieting
he/she/it has been disquieting
we have been disquieting
you have been disquieting
they have been disquieting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disquieting
you will have been disquieting
he/she/it will have been disquieting
we will have been disquieting
you will have been disquieting
they will have been disquieting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disquieting
you had been disquieting
he/she/it had been disquieting
we had been disquieting
you had been disquieting
they had been disquieting
Conditional
I would disquiet
you would disquiet
he/she/it would disquiet
we would disquiet
you would disquiet
they would disquiet
Past Conditional
I would have disquieted
you would have disquieted
he/she/it would have disquieted
we would have disquieted
you would have disquieted
they would have disquieted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disquiet - a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developmentsdisquiet - a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments
anxiety - a vague unpleasant emotion that is experienced in anticipation of some (usually ill-defined) misfortune
2.disquiet - the trait of seeming ill at easedisquiet - the trait of seeming ill at ease  
discomposure - a temperament that is perturbed and lacking in composure
Verb1.disquiet - disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmeddisquiet - disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed; "She was rather perturbed by the news that her father was seriously ill"
vex, worry - disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress; "I cannot sleep--my daughter's health is worrying me"
disturb, trouble, upset - move deeply; "This book upset me"; "A troubling thought"

disquiet

verb
1. make uneasy, concern, worry, trouble, upset, bother, disturb, distress, annoy, plague, unsettle, harass, hassle (informal), agitate, vex, perturb, discompose, incommode He's obviously disquieted by the experience.

disquiet

verb
To impair or destroy the composure of:
Informal: rattle.
noun
Translations
قَلَق، عَدَم ارْتِياحيُقْلِق، يَسَبِّبُ عَدَم ارْتِياح
neklidzneklidnitznepokojeníznepokojit
ængstelseforuroligegøre ængsteliguro
nyugtalanít
óróleikivalda óróleika eîa kvíîa
neramumas
nemierssatrauktsatraukums
endişeendişelendirmeküzmeküzüntü

disquiet

[dɪsˈkwaɪət]
A. Npreocupación f, inquietud f
B. VTinquietar

disquiet

[dɪsˈkwaɪət] n (= worry) → inquiétude f
disquiet about sth, disquiet over sth → inquiétude face à qch

disquiet

nUnruhe f

disquiet

[dɪsˈkwaɪət] n (frm) → inquietudine f

disquiet

(disˈkwaiət) noun
uneasiness. a feeling of disquiet.
verb
to make uneasy.
References in classic literature ?
she said nothing of her plan at home, but fell to work next day, much to the disquiet of her mother, who always looked a little anxious when `genius took to burning'.
Nothing but such a persuasion could have prevented his putting an end to an engagement, which, long before the discovery of it laid him open to his mother's anger, had been a continual source of disquiet and regret to him.
The happiness of his own chosen English home, the necessity of being always actively employed, the swift changes and troubles of the time which bad followed on one another so fast, that the events of this week annihilated the immature plans of last week, and the events of the week following made all new again; he knew very well, that to the force of these circumstances he had yielded:--not without disquiet, but still without continuous and accumulating resistance.
To a man who is struggling with a complicated burden of perplexity and disquiet, such a reception is trying, I assure you.
Yet Estella was so inseparable from all my restlessness and disquiet of mind, that I really fell into confusion as to the limits of my own part in its production.
It is over for the time,'' answered Rebecca; ``our friends strengthen themselves within the outwork which they have mastered, and it affords them so good a shelter from the foemen's shot, that the garrison only bestow a few bolts on it from interval to interval, as if rather to disquiet than effectually to injure them.
They live as we all should live--undisturbed, indifferent, and without disquiet.
The magic mirror had been for about a year in the Prince's possession, when one day a new subject of disquiet seized upon him.
That is true," said Sancho, "since the mere noise of the hammers of a fulling mill can disturb and disquiet the heart of such a valiant errant adventurer as your worship; but you may be sure I will not open my lips henceforward to make light of anything of your worship's, but only to honour you as my master and natural lord.
As to those partial commotions and insurrections, which sometimes disquiet society, from the intrigues of an inconsiderable faction, or from sudden or occasional illhumors that do not infect the great body of the community the general government could command more extensive resources for the suppression of disturbances of that kind than would be in the power of any single member.
I am completely ignorant; nor does it much disquiet me.
Sire," said Blacas, who had for a moment the hope of sacrificing Villefort to his own profit, "I am compelled to tell you that these are not mere rumors destitute of foundation which thus disquiet me; but a serious-minded man, deserving all my confidence, and charged by me to watch over the south" (the duke hesitated as he pronounced these words), "has arrived by post to tell me that a great peril threatens the king, and so I hastened to you, sire.