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disquietude (noun) disquiet; anxiety; restlessness; worry.

A person experiences disquietude if they are worried about something. A mother's disquietude about her soldier son on the warfront is her anxiety about his safety. Disquietude among the public about terrorist activity is their worry about the activities of terrorists endangering their lives.

  • The soaring oil prices are causing disquietude among people who are rightly worried about its adverse effects on the prices of other commodities.
  • The management's withdrawal of certain allowances has caused considerable disquietude among the workers who fear the withdrawal of some more allowances, if they do not protest.
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