Unquiet

Antonyms of UNQUIET

Examples of usage:

  1. To such, the appointed, monotonous round, the unquestioning submission to the will of another, the obedience at once voluntary and enforced, would not only bring a gracious sense of repose after conflict, but, by satisfying their religious cravings and aspirations, by demanding the exercise of those virtues which appeared to them at once the highest and the most attainable, would give peace to souls which, in the world's active life, would have tossed for ever to and fro in reckless unquiet warfare, nor have ever once perceived that in such warfare they might, after all, be fulfilling the noblest ends. "My Little Lady" by Eleanor Frances Poynter
  2. Temple himself, as was his wont in unquiet times, retired to his garden and his library. "The History of England from the Accession of James II. Volume 1 (of 5)" by Thomas Babington Macaulay
  3. After he had passed the night, partly in unquiet wakefulness, partly in dozing, he observed in the early part of the morning a great disturbance and unusual business in the courtyard. "Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers" by Various
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