unrestful

unrestful

(ʌnˈrɛstfʊl)
adj
1. restless; unquiet
2. uneasy; troubled; concerned
References in classic literature ?
What was really wrong with him was that he had these qualities in an unrestful degree.
The most unrestful ship that ever sailed out of any port on earth.
He slept through a troubled and unrestful hour, then unconsciousness began to shred away, and presently he rose drowsily to a sitting posture.
Too many of the world's famous buildings fail of one chief virtue--harmony; they are made up of a methodless mixture of the ugly and the beautiful; this is bad; it is confusing, it is unrestful. One has a sense of uneasiness, of distress, without knowing why.
There were moments when one's past came back to one, as it will sometimes when you have not a moment to spare to yourself; but it came in the shape of an unrestful and noisy dream, remembered with wonder amongst the overwhelming realities of this strange world of plants, and water, and silence.
This very dapper but dwarfish figure, with the spike of black beard carried insolently forward, the clever unrestful eyes, the neat but very nervous fingers, could be none other than the man just described to him: Isidore Smythe, who made dolls out of banana skins and match-boxes; Isidore Smythe, who made millions out of undrinking butlers and unflirting housemaids of metal.
I thought it was done yesterday so to only find out this morning has been a little bit unrestful, but it's nice to know he's available for selection," said Warnock.
I thought it was done yesterday so to only find out this morning has been a little bit unrestful but it's nice to know he's available for selection," said Warnock.
| Oumar "It has been a little bit unrestful this morning, something I could have done without.
Undeniably, progress can be stated at various levels in terms of systemic racism and war worldwide and regionally, but the remaining conflicts and wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and the ongoing unrestful situation in South Africa and other parts of the continent, let alone remaining racial divisions in the US in our day (210-19), prove the necessity to revisit King's "international exhortations for peaceful coexistence" (xix).
He came up with the molded base as a way to address what he called a "slum of legs" that usually filled the "ugly, confusing, unrestful world" he saw underneath chairs and tables.
He is also the scriptwriter of "Shirak" by Darioush Mehrjooei, "The Cycle", "The Night" and "The Unrestful Streets".