References in classic literature ?
They did not diminish his disquiet. On the contrary, he became every moment more excited as he turned them over.
These symptoms of a totally dry and barren region greatly disquieted Dr.
He thought of him kindly; but his thoughts were disquieted and fearful.
She could not feel that she had done wrong herself, but she was disquieted in every other way.
There has been increasing disquiet about risks arising from high bed occupancy, inadequate staff numbers and skills mix, and increasing incidents of violence and aggression by patients.
There is also growing disquiet among FAI staff over the payment of Mr Delaney's [euro]3,000-a-month rent at a time when ordinary workers were being forced to take pay cuts.
Now available in a complete and unabridged audiobook rendition superbly performed by Adam Sims (whose accomplishments include productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company), The Book of Disquiet is a posthumously published anthology of prose-poetry writings about dreams, solitude, memories, and the nuances of time itself.
Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet: The Complete Edition.
Both disturbing and disturbed, Harriet Alida Lye's The Honey Farm hinges on a terrible disquiet that forms as landscape and lives converge.
IANS New Delhi The Congress on Friday raised concerns over the"directionless policy"on national security of the Narendra Modi government which it said has led to a"disquiet border"on the eastern and western frontiers.
There were some remarks of disquiet about yen strength from both finance minister, Aso, and the economy minister, Motegi, which followed a six consecutive session run lower in USD-JPY that yesterday left a four-month low at 110.33.
by Stars too little to quell the disquiet creeping into my bones carried