Hindu restiveness over representation of the faith in Western culture has grown over the years.
Its ancestors in the sixteenth were notorious for their restiveness.
Her restiveness is absolutely alluring, and excites all my hunting instinct.
These things explain the restiveness of the country, including central as well as southern provinces, under Peking domination.
He paused, then added, "I think it's just as well to walk off my restiveness if I can."
Fiorsen's passion for the sea, a passion Gyp could share, kept him singularly moderate and free from restiveness.
Lady Cantire (perceiving that the Bishop is showing signs of restiveness).
This restiveness and impracticability are principally incident to us in the period of youth.
By the restiveness of woman under the tutelage of man may he measure his own short-comings.
Later the stupor became persistent and during this stage she had catalepsy (and restiveness as well) in her left arm only.
early 15c., restyffe "not moving forward," from Middle French restif "motionless, brought to a standstill" (Modern French rétif), from rester "to remain" (see rest (n.2)). Sense of "unmanageable" (1680s) evolved via notion of a horse refusing to go forward.