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tr.v. dis·qui·et·ed, dis·qui·et·ing, dis·qui·ets
To deprive of peace or rest; trouble.
Absence of peace or rest; anxiety.
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|Adj.||1.||disquieting - causing mental discomfort; "the disquieting sounds of nearby gunfire"|
uncomfortable - conducive to or feeling mental discomfort; "this kind of life can prove disruptive and uncomfortable"; "the uncomfortable truth"; "grew uncomfortable beneath his appraising eye"; "an uncomfortable way of surprising me just when I felt surest"; "the teacher's presence at the conference made the child very uncomfortable"
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adjective worrying, troubling, upsetting, disturbing, distressing, annoying, irritating, unsettling, harrowing, unnerving, disconcerting, vexing, perturbing, bothersome He found her letter disquieting.
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disquieting[dɪsˈkwaɪətɪŋ] ADJ → inquietante
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disquieting[dɪsˈkwaɪətɪŋ] adj (= worrying) [thought, news, rumour] → inquiétant(e)
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