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unquiet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunquietun‧qui‧et /ˌʌnˈkwaɪɪt◂/ adjective literary  NERVOUSmaking you feel anxious
Examples from the Corpus
unquietunquiet dreamsHis unquiet personality could not outface the somnolent arrogance of the greatest city in the world.Then there was an attempt to exorcise poor Amy's unquiet spirit.
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