disquieting

[ dis-kwahy-i-ting ]
/ dɪsˈkwaɪ ɪ tɪŋ /
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adjective

causing anxiety or uneasiness; disturbing: disquieting news.

Nearby words

  1. dispute,
  2. disqualification,
  3. disqualify,
  4. disquantity,
  5. disquiet,
  6. disquietude,
  7. disquisition,
  8. disraeli,
  9. disraeli, benjamin,
  10. disraeli, benjamin, 1st earl of beaconsfield

Origin of disquieting

First recorded in 1570–80; disquiet + -ing2

Related formsdis·qui·et·ing·ly, adverbself-dis·qui·et·ing, adjective

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