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disquietude

noun dis·qui·etude \(ˌ)dis-ˈkwī-ə-ˌt(y)üd\

Definition of DISQUIETUDE

Examples of DISQUIETUDE

  1. <as updates of the devastation caused by the earthquake poured in, our disquietude only increased>

First Known Use of DISQUIETUDE

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