There is no condition which is not disquieted either with the care of gaining or keeping money.
One of them was disquieted by the growth of the German Navy.
Meanwhile a new inroad of care had for the last fortnight, since the late news from Uppingham, disquieted the colony.
I often observed him thoughtful, with a wild and disquieted look.
She could not have told herself exactly what it was that disquieted her.
He is mad; and we are as mad as he, if we suffer ourselves to be disquieted by his antics.
That Poins hath more scurrility than is in a whole flock of disquieted geese.
The conversation with Mrs. Poyntz left my mind restless and disquieted.
She was disquieted at his failure to return at the appointed time.
"My face reminded you of the gem," interrupted Melissa, disquieted.