disquietude

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(名) 不安; 忧虑

disquietude

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(名) 不安; 憂慮

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But the enthusiasm which the letters from Germany breathed finally created an atmosphere of disquietude and rebellion. Chichi led the attack.
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He certainly did not wish to hide himself in this cave, so he remained near the entrance, with a curiosity which got the best of his disquietude.
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He has always been the living image of you! Having made sure that he was well and happy, the entire family suddenly felt a certain disquietude.
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The disquietude of the people of Paris, was but the nervous agitation of a city which lived placidly and became alarmed at the first hint of danger to its comfort.
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The profound silence that followed the turmoil of transportation awoke in his mind a sense of doubt and disquietude. What was he doing there when the soldiers had gone? Was he not crazy to remain there?
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Within each twenty-four hours were compressed the disquietude, anxiety and nervous waste of a normal year. And that which was aggravating the situation still more was the uncertainty,
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But Albine's joy was still tinged with disquietude.
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Bridgenorth also gazed on this unexpected illumination with surprise, and not, as it seemed, without disquietude.
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The coolness of the springs had soothed their feverish disquietude.
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The lawyer stood awhile when Mr. Hyde had left him, the picture of disquietude.
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Синоніми

feelings of anxiety that make you tense and irritable: anxiety, edginess, uneasiness, willies, inquietude


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