He was silent, abstracted, his eye was full of inquietude, and wandered with perpetual restlessness.
A doubt of her regard, supposing him to feel it, need not give him more than inquietude.
For ten years I had entered and re-entered in the same way, without ever experiencing the least inquietude.
Nature offers me nothing that may not be a matter of doubt and inquietude.
The nature of some of my communications furnishes ground of inquietude for their safe conveyance.
Yet I was not able to tell from whence proceeded my inquietude.
We learned the causes of our inquietude—we were directed to a method of relief—we tried, and we were not disappointed.
inquietude for my own safety was, for a moment, suspended by sympathy with your distress.
But I dread the weakness and inquietude natural to every man, and, above all, to a man of his character.
Her doubts of the nature of what she had to apprehend, were as full of perplexity as of inquietude.