As the evening comes on, an incomprehensible feeling of disquietude seizes me, just as if night concealed some terrible menace toward me.
I also remember as an elementary school student in the late 1970s that an assignment from my teacher caused me great disquietude and anxiety.
I ask again, trying to laugh off the disquietude the question has created.
Even worse, the disquietude grows when we learn of the unavoidability of certain occurrences, such as our Earth becoming engulfed by a dying sun, or a massive comet colliding head-on with catastrophic consequences.
It seems openly talking about sexuality, especially women's sexuality, creates disquietude among the masses.
Opening his eyes halfway, Raeyn laboriously pulled up an electronic mail window on his computer and dictated a message to Antony, providing an outlet for his disquietude and tension.
‘Oh, God,’ Tash said, unable to hide her disquietude .
Her father's visit to the US stirs up the unwanted memories and brings disquietude .
He notes, with some disquietude , the decline in publication of case studies of smaller communities, where most nineteenth-century Americans lived and worked.
The persistent experience of disquietude in the book returns us to Said's appeal for ‘unending disclosure, discovery, self-criticism, and liberation’ as the basis of a critical humanism - and art.