Disquiet and Rattle

Disquiet

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Disquiet verb – To trouble the mind of; to make uneasy.
Usage example: we were disquieted by the strange noises we heard outside our tent at night

Rattle and disquiet are semantically related in calm topic. In some cases you can use "Rattle" instead a verb "Disquiet".
Nearby Words: disquieted, disquieting
Synonyms for Disquiet

Rattle

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Rattle verb – To throw into a state of self-conscious distress.
Usage example: don't let a little mistake rattle you while you're playing during the piano recital

Disquiet and rattle are semantically related in calm topic. Sometimes you can use "Disquiet" instead a verb "Rattle".
Nearby Words: rattled, rattling, rattler
Synonyms for Rattle
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