Synonyms of disquiet in English:

disquiet


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noun

1‘there has been grave disquiet about the state of the prisons’

SYNONYMS
unease, uneasiness, worry, anxiety, anxiousness, distress, concern
unrest, disquietude, inquietude
perturbation, consternation, upset, malaise
alarm, anguish, fear, fright, dread, panic, angst
nervousness, agitation, restlessness, fretfulness, jitteriness
foreboding, trepidation
ANTONYMS

calm


verb

1‘I was so disquieted by the book that I finished it that evening’

SYNONYMS
perturb, agitate, upset, disturb, unnerve, unsettle, discompose, disconcert, ruffle, startle
make uneasy, worry, make anxious
trouble, bother, concern, distress, alarm, appal, frighten, panic, make fretful, make restless, vex
ANTONYMS

calm