1 My journey had been my own suggestion, and Elizabeth therefore acquiesced, but she was filled with disquiet at the idea of my suffering, away from her, the inroads of misery and grief.
2 Yet Estella was so inseparable from all my restlessness and disquiet of mind, that I really fell into confusion as to the limits of my own part in its production.
3 In vain should I attempt to describe the astonishment and disquiet of Herbert, when he and I and Provis sat down before the fire, and I recounted the whole of the secret.
4 I am far from happy, Miss Havisham; but I have other causes of disquiet than any you know of.
5 Charles Hayter had met with much to disquiet and mortify him in his cousin's behaviour.
6 They live as we all should live--undisturbed, indifferent, and without disquiet.
7 Bonacieux, eagerly, and looking at d'Artagnan with disquiet.
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8 I slept very little, for the disquiets of my mind prevailed over my weariness, and kept me awake.
9 Of late there had been other signs of her disfavour, as intangible but more disquieting.
10 In fact, a much better one than his own and the knowledge was disquieting.
11 That locality was always vaguely disquieting, even in the broad glare of afternoon, and now I turned my head as though I had been warned of something behind.
12 One left them children but yesterday; today, one finds them disquieting to the feelings.
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13 He thought of him kindly; but his thoughts were disquieted and fearful.
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14 Brother Ben Samuel," said Isaac, "my soul is disquieted, and I wot not why.
15 She could not feel that she had done wrong herself, but she was disquieted in every other way.