قلققلق, إزعاجأقلق, أزعج
Noun(1) a feeling of mild anxiety about possible developments(2) the trait of seeming ill at ease
Verb(1) disturb in mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
(1) But, if so, what according to him is the true significance of the kind of unease or disquiet to which he refers?(2) These cases were extremely influential in the campaigns for abolition, and understandably so: there was too much public disquiet about them.(3) Despite considerable public disquiet , the post-Maastricht period saw substantial policy development.(4) public disquiet about animal testing(5) In other situations the publication of suspicions may unreasonably give rise to public disquiet and speculation.(6) We also suggest that some elements of the policy process around the single market contributed to the subsequent public disquiet about European integration.(7) They talk tough while their actions add to the numbers and so also to public disquiet about the scale of immigration.(8) The official end of hostilities has not ended public disquiet .(9) Over in the UK where plans are well underway to do just this, there's a growing groundswell of public disquiet .(10) Murphy acknowledged that he was aware of public disquiet over the matter and that his office was inundated with calls asking for the matter to be finalised.(11) And this is only a pale reflection of the extent of public disquiet and the belief that the prime minister was lying.(12) There has been considerable disquiet and unease since the news broke in September that the Patrician Brothers were closing the school.(13) The recommendation was made because past cases had caused public disquiet .(14) The Government has also yielded to public disquiet over the inability to deliberately spoil votes.(15) Moreover these are signs of a wider public disquiet over the US actions.(16) The last thing any hospital needs during a period of public disquiet is another type of scare to increase anxiety.
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Different Formsdisquiet, disquieted, disquieting, disquiets
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