Here had lived an elder race, to which we look back with disquietude.
This time Pierre, penetrated by disquietude, wished to approach and question him.
Then his causeless doubt and disquietude again came on him so painfully that he could no longer remain at the window.
He went up in 1845 as a commoner, and this fact caused him some disquietude.
The presence of those two men who knew Frdric caused her a disquietude which became more painful with every minute that passed.
A fresh cause for disquietude arose, Grace evidently was jealous of her.
He was ill at ease, though he would not have confessed his disquietude even to himself.
Esmé observed his disquietude with considerable satisfaction.
As if affected simultaneously by the disquietude of their companions, the rowers all stopped work at the same moment.
The sound came from abaft his beam and his disquietude increased.