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disquietude

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Pronunciation: /dɪsˈkwʌɪətjuːd
 
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Definition of disquietude in English:

noun

[mass noun]
A state of uneasiness or anxiety: such passages reflect a sense of disquietude, of alienation even
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  • I also remember as an elementary school student in the late 1970s that an assignment from my teacher caused me great disquietude and anxiety.
  • It seems openly talking about sexuality, especially women's sexuality, creates disquietude among the masses.
  • This many people liking something completely secular creates disquietude among the pew-cramming masses.

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