From un- + quiet.
unquiet (comparative more unquiet, superlative most unquiet)
- Uneasy and restless; unable to settle.
unquiet (third-person singular simple present unquiets, present participle unquieting, simple past and past participle unquieted)
- (now rare) To disturb, disquiet.
- 1526, William Tyndale, trans. Bible, Acts XIV:
- Butt the unbelevinge iewes, steryd uppe and unquyeted the myndes off the gentyles agaynste the brethren.
- (Can we find and add a quotation of Ld. Herbert to this entry?)