In the meantime, spare a thought for the unquiet passage of Richard III, last warrior of the Plantagenet dynasty.
And I keep wondering what would have happened if his unquiet mother had hoarded books instead of semiautomatic weapons.
And then, simply and without fuss, moved, along with his meaty, scowling entourage, to one of the unquiet Cars.
If one in 1,000 kids smokes weed and is tipped toward an unquiet mind, that's nothing —unless you're that one kid.
It's already begun to be unquiet there—some arrests have been made, a teacher was taken.
Everywhere there are minds tossing on the unquiet waves of doubt.
There was in her eyes, however, an unquiet sadness; she had abstracted moments when her mind seemed fixed on some vexing problem.
My soul has been spoiled by the world, my imagination is unquiet, my heart insatiate.
I went to sleep myself—an unquiet slumber, broken by terrifying dreams.
Mrs. Wilcox, that unquiet yet kindly ghost, must be left to her own wrong.