Simple past tense and past participle of disquiet. (verb)
Examples of word disquieted
The Soul is not to be disquieted, that is sees it self encompassed with darkness, because that is an instrument of its greater felicity.
Mr. Kelly also was "disquieted" by the lack of disclosure about Repo 105 in Lehman's securities filings.
So I feel very disquieted by any suggestion that this is a memoir showing people how possible it is to make the most of a bad start, how to love parents who have behaved atrociously, how to somehow miraculously rise above trauma out of sheer good will.
Investors were already nervous about an expected "day of rage" by protesters in Saudi Arabia, disquieted by reports late Thursday of police gunfire in the country's oil-rich east.
THANKS, RON -- The Post editorial board writes again on the Brown allegations, lauding the U.S. attorney's office for having a look: It's a welcome move by U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen that hopefully presages a swift but thorough examination of charges that have disquieted the District. ...