Weeds have “evolved to grow in unsettled earth and damaged landscapes”–ploughed fields, say, and bombsites.
The grisly discovery of her mummified body has unsettled the neighborhood, the neighbor added.
If these issues raise uncomfortable questions for Democrats, Clinton has reasons not to be too unsettled.
“We live in the digital age of transparency, and sex and privacy are an unsettled area,” he cautions.
unsettled by the reality that the cops can't help them, Oakland residents are hiring private patrols.
Her mind was unsettled: she could hardly recall anything except the plunge over the fall.
People wish to be settled; only as far as they are unsettled is there any hope for them.
But such large masses are not unsettled with impunity; a tumult like this is, in itself, a lively source of alarm.
All things in the city continue in the most unsettled state.
These, if unsettled by dire arbitrament of the sword, must be left to Time and his best coadjutor, "sober second-thought."