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dis- + quiet
The penalty should reflect public disquiet at the unnecessary loss of life.
The rulers of the provinces shared these views; the consequence was disquiet and confusion throughout the empire.
Someone expressed disquiet about legacy money going into admin.
This act caused much disquiet in Scotland where the SNP accused the Tories of using Scotland for experimental purposes.
There was also disquiet over the purposes for which HESA used the data once institutions had supplied it.
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