Examples from the Web for restlessness
In addition to headaches and restlessness, she had lost her appetite and a lot of weight.
The same inertia and restlessness is setting in behind the scenes as well.Will Gardner Had to Die So That ‘The Good Wife’ Could Thrive|Jason Lynch|September 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Anxiety, restlessness, chills, sweating, blurred vision, and dehydration can occur with the use of MDMA.Why Molly Is Especially Deadly at Summer Music Festivals|Abby Haglage|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But the prevailing emotion that day, even among us awardees, was a bemused sense of boredom, restlessness and insatiability.
In that respect, Monk, like Miles, made a virtue out of restlessness.Classic Miles Davis Recordings Reveal New Beauty in Their Classic Mono Format|Malcolm Jones|December 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Can it have so much turmoil and restlessness, and not be allied to humanity?
Many a night the cliffs repeated the restlessness of the wind-shaken water until the sun quieted all with light.The Rocky Mountain Wonderland|Enos A. Mills
Business, eager for gain, exploits this demand for stimulation, and social contagion spreads the restlessness of our population.Rural Problems of Today|Ernest R. Groves
Nature would have her revenge for all the restlessness and anxiety of the past few days.The Story of the White-Rock Cove|Anonymous
Henceforth his happiness was assured and he knew no more the restlessness and melancholy which had clouded his enjoyment of life.Victorian Worthies|George Henry Blore
British Dictionary definitions for restlessness
Word Origin and History for restlessness
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."