The state or quality of being disquiet or disturbed; troubledness.(noun)
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Use "disquietness" in a sentence
"I have roared by reason of the disquietness of my heart."
"It is impossible but that men's hearts should be pierced with disquietness and trouble, that are given up to this frame."
"But it excludes a falling under temptation, and consequently that trouble and disquietness which ensues thereon: as likewise abiding perplexing doubts, which make us stagger to and fro between hope and fear, questioning whether we close with"