Definition of unsettled in English:

unsettled

Line breaks: un|set¦tled
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsɛt(ə)ld
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unsettledness

noun
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  • Something of Woolf's poor state of mind in 1909 also made its way into her first novel, The Voyage Out, where protagonist Rachel Vinrace can find no answer to her feelings of unsettledness.
  • This feeling of unsettledness and that everything is uncertain is what I have.
  • This unsettledness of social location for the sources is not surprising, given our limited information about post-586 history.

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