adjective un·qui·et \-ˈkwī-ət\

: not peaceful and calm

Full Definition of UNQUIET

:  not quiet :  agitated, turbulent
:  physically, emotionally, or mentally restless :  uneasy
un·qui·et·ly adverb
un·qui·et·ness noun

Examples of UNQUIET

  1. We live in unquiet times.
  2. <plagued with an unquiet mind the whole time her son was stationed overseas>

First Known Use of UNQUIET

15th century

Rhymes with UNQUIET


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