Words nearby disquieting
OTHER WORDS FROM disquietingdis·qui·et·ing·ly, adverbself-dis·qui·et·ing, adjective
Definition for disquieting (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
OTHER WORDS FROM disquietdis·qui·et·ed·ly, adverbdis·qui·et·ed·ness, noundis·qui·et·ly, adverbun·dis·qui·et·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for disquieting
They had a party later on in Richmond with their friends, which I found at once happy but disquieting.
That is the question at the heart of this disquieting story from the most-talented E. Jean Carroll.The Stacks: The Searing Story of How Murder Stalked a Tiny New York Town|E. Jean Carroll|April 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The message is disquieting; the messengers are the ones we've been waiting for.Israelis and Palestinians: Getting Down To Business|Bernard Avishai|June 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Regardless, the symbiosis between the Democratic Party and Silicon Valley is, on a real level, disquieting.
“Cosmopolis,” the David Cronenberg film starring Robert Pattinson, is a disquieting look at a twisted Wall Street.In ‘Cosmopolis,’ Robert Pattinson Depicts Financial World Gone Mad|Alex Klein|August 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
And before his journey was over, amid his sham triumphs, he began to be disturbed by disquieting rumours.Darkness and Dawn|Frederic W. Farrar
Tubby was the first to give these disquieting thoughts words.The Boy Scouts at the Panama Canal|John Henry Goldfrap
A more unexpected or disquieting question could hardly have been addressed to him.The Weird Sisters, Volume II (of 3)|Richard Dowling
Evil is disquieting to a novice; but it does not look so bad after you have done it a while and get used to it.Explanation of Catholic Morals|John H. Stapleton
The reports of June 27th showed a normal temperature, no disquieting symptoms and, finally, a substantial improvement.The Life of King Edward VII|J. Castell Hopkins