untranquil

untranquil

(ʌnˈtræŋkwɪl)
adj
not calm or tranquil; agitated; disturbed
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As for the decidedly untranquil bidding by asset-hungry speculators in New York, will it end--as in Japan--in another Tost decade' of economic decline?
likes his hand," Andy whispers to me, "and I think Chris has ace-nine." I remember the matching A-9's Chris and I turned out to be holding last night, how the untranquil mood had been scalpeled by laughter.
They traffic in the kind of emotions that are not remembered in tranquillity, being untranquil themselves.