How to Pronounce dis-quietude?

Correct pronunciation for the word "dis-quietude" is [dˈɪskwˈa͡ɪ͡ətjuːd], [dˈɪskwˈa‍ɪ‍ətjuːd], [d_ˈɪ_s_k_w_ˈaɪə_t_j_uː_d].

What are the misspellings for dis-quietude?

  • faws,
  • hjas,
  • qwas,
  • jwas,
  • jewls,
  • jacs,
  • naws,
  • jsus,
  • javis,
  • jhas,
  • jasd,
  • awsy

"Dis-quietude" in context

Dis-quietude is an anxious feeling of inner unrest and discomfort, often accompanied by fear and a sense of foreboding. It is the fear of what the future may hold and can be associated with the anticipation of bad news, a looming crisis, or a situation that is out of our control. Dis-quietude can feel like unease and nervousness. It is a mental state that causes worry and unrest, even in the absence of any particular problem or issue.

It can also be associated with things that are out of our reach, such as our hopes, dreams, and plans for the future.

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