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DISQUIET, adjective [dis and quiet.] Unquiet; restless; uneasy. [Seldom used.]

DISQUIET, noun Want of quiet; uneasiness; restlessness; want of tranquility in body or mind; disturbance; anxiety.

DISQUIET, verb transitive To disturb; to deprive of peace, rest or tranquility; to make uneasy or restless; to harass the body; to fret or vex the mind.

That he may disquiet the inhabitants of Babylon. Jeremiah 1:1.

Why hast thou disquieted me. 1 Samuel 28:15.

O my soul, why art thou disquieted within me? Psalms 42:5.