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Feeling worried and uneasy
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“I just nodded, still feeling unsettled about the whole thing and developing a healthy headache.”
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Not yet resolved
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“To force this still unsettled issue could provoke a crisis for the nation's democracy.”
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Having doubts or uncertainty (about something or someone)
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“When I thought about what I was doing, I realized I was still unsettled about my future.”
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Lacking order or stability
“Due to inept management, staff would typically go about their business in an unsettled manner.”
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Still to be paid
“Councils owed their workers substantial amounts in unsettled arrears.”
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Constantly changing
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“Despite the unsettled weather, we had a marvelous weekend.”
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Constantly moving from place to place
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“For the remaining twenty years of her life, she lived an unsettled existence, visiting and revisiting various countries.”
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(of an area) Having no settlers or inhabitants
“Legends of pioneers emphasize the perils of traveling unprotected through unsettled country.”
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Risky or hazardous due to uncertainty
“The political situation was highly unsettled and discouraged investors.”
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Subject to one or more conditions or requirements being met
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Unable to sleep, rest or relax due to excitement, stress or worry
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Having lost one's direction
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Missing one's home and family very much when away
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Not negotiated
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Feeling or showing embarrassment
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Relating to or characteristic of a process or period of transition
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Characterized by turbulence or agitation
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Vigorously disturbed or agitated, especially by the elements
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Want-away
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Not arranged neatly and in order
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Crazy or behaving irrationally
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(of a liquid) Cloudy, opaque, or thick with suspended matter
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Pioneering, relating to a nonindependent or new territory
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(of a question or subject) Being of current or continuing interest and importance
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Full of life, spirit, energy, or movement
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Having the feeling that one is about to vomit
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Isolated, especially from civilization or society
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Having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger
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To have thrown into disorder
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“If diversity is always imagined in the same ways, it becomes, ironically, homogenized, and loses its power to unsettle established ways of thinking.”
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To have thrown into a state of distress marked by confusion
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“The flying debris and open sewage were the first of many shocks that would unsettle an unprepared visitor.”
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Past tense for to annoy or irritate
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Past tense for lead astray
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Past tense for to undermine one's power or authority, especially of an established system or institution
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Past tense for suffer violent involuntary contraction of the muscles, producing contortion of the body or limbs
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Past tense for to be unable to find something
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(of an action or event) Past tense for to prevent from happening
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