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    disquietude - Dictionary definition and meaning for word disquietude

    (noun) feelings of anxiety that make you tense and irritable
    Synonyms : edginess , inquietude , uneasiness
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for disquietude

disquietude = dis + quiet + attitude.. Quiet therefore uneasy and worried about something.

Disquiet = D + is + quiet. If a baby 'is quiet' just after birth in spite of crying, it will make the doctors tense/anxious.

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You are Quietly looking at someone and making him/her uneasy


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