- resting tidal volume,
- restless cavy,
- restless legs syndrome,
Origin of restless
Examples from the Web for restless
But even without help from a restless tectonic plate, folks in the Napa Valley get easily agitated.Napa’s Earthquake Is Not The Only Thing Shaking The Vineyards|Clive Irving|August 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His body has an even grace, his face a restless eagerness, and a gentleness, not to be confused with ‘niceness,’ is his manner.
A restless American who rarely lived in one place for more than two years, he knew he was after something different.
He showed signs of a restless, wandering soul, someone searching for meaning around him.Bergdahl’s Bitter Homecoming: The Psychological Cost of War|Jean Kim|July 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At night, restless, he moves back and forth between the two more often.Adam Hochschild on Keeping Company With His Dying Father|Adam Hochschild|June 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
His daughter's tranquillity seems to have come from her mother; certainly it cannot be inherited from the restless Reginald Adair.A True Friend|Adeline Sergeant
And now she was restless as she had not been before, for, energetic as she had always been, she had never driven others.Mary Gray|Katharine Tynan
When Restless, the carpenter, broke his leg the boy was always around.The One-Way Trail|Ridgwell Cullum
For a long time—in exact figures just a month, which to restless fighting men is a near eternity—the sector was quiet.With the Doughboy in France|Edward Hungerford
He looked at the old man with a restless appeal in his big, deer-like eyes.In Connection with the De Willoughby Claim|Frances Hodgson Burnett
late 14c., from rest (n.1) + -less. A general Germanic compound (cf. Frisian restleas, Dutch rusteloos, German rastlos, Danish rastlös). Meaning "stirring constantly, desirous of action" is attested from late 15c. Related: Restlessly; restlessness. Old English had restleas "deprived of sleep."