Unsettled meaning

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Not in a state of order or calmness; disturbed.

These unsettled times.

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Likely to change or vary; variable.

Unsettled weather.

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Not paid or adjusted; outstanding.

An unsettled bill.

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Uninhabited or not occupied by settlers.

Unsettled territory.

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Not fixed or established.

An unsettled lifestyle.

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Not settled or orderly; disordered.
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Not stable or fixed; changeable; uncertain.
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Not decided or determined.
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Not paid, allotted, or otherwise disposed of.

An unsettled debt or estate.

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Having no settlers; unpopulated.
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Not established in a place or abode.
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I was unsettled by the sudden outburst, and since I didn't know what to do I just stood there, confused.

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Not in a steady condition, uncertain, subject to change.
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Not populated, having no settlers or other inhabitants.
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We need to settle this bill; even if you think the charge is too high we can't just leave it unsettled.

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Simple past tense and past participle of unsettle.
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