A state of restlessness or uneasiness; disquietude.(noun)
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Use "inquietude" in a sentence
"What added to our inquietude was the circumstance that two-thirds of our original number were now waiting for us in Paris, and clinging, as we now did most painfully, to any addition to our melancholy remnant, this division, with the tameless impassable ocean between, struck us with affright."
"But his inquietude was the offspring of love; and his wariness and caution originated in the docility of his mind, and his anxious attachment to innocence and spotless rectitude."
"Still, as I urged our leaving Ireland with such inquietude and impatience, my father thought it best to yield."