Usage examples for disquieting

  1. It is a disquieting experience to find the floor of one's dressing room occupied by a burglar. – The Gem Collector by P. G. Wodehouse
  2. Nor was this, she decided with Arnaud, his only oppression: the Asiatic fever clung to him with disquieting persistence. – Linda Condon by Joseph Hergesheimer
  3. This occurred in 1753; and though the date may have been accidentally chosen, some people will be inclined to detect the hand of Providence in the ordering of the event, as a challenge to Voltaire, who was just then disquieting Europe with certain doctrines of a pernicious nature. – Old Calabria by Norman Douglas