transitive verb in·quiet \ə̇n+\

Definition of inquiet


  1. :  to disturb the peace of :  disquiet

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Origin and Etymology of inquiet

Middle English inquieten, from Middle French inquieter, from Latin inquietare, from inquietus restless, unquiet, from in- 1in- + quietus quiet — more at quiet

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feeling or affected by lethargy

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