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disquieting

EnglishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

disquieting (comparative more disquieting, superlative most disquieting)

  1. causing mental trouble or anguish; upsetting; making uneasy

VerbEdit

disquieting

  1. Present participle of disquiet.

NounEdit

disquieting (plural disquietings)

  1. The act by which someone or something is disquieted.
    • Edward Reynolds
      Thus we see the intuition of divine truth in minds of defiled affections, worketh not that sweet effect which is natural unto it to produce; but doubtings, terrors, and disquietings of conscience []