Example sentences for: disquieting

How can you use “disquieting” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The editorial evinces the paper's discomfort with this disquieting story and the media's discontent with the terse denial issued by the president's attorney.

  • This revelation was disquieting enough that the authorities of the time sought the only rational solution--they decided to burn Galileo alive if he didn't recant.

  • Some critics praise it as having "the moody, disquieting undertow of a true moral thriller" (Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly ), while others call it "too implausible for anyone to rescue" (Kenneth Turan, the Los Angeles Times ). Slate 's David Edelstein is basically pro: "The upshot might be melodrama, but it's melodrama with heart, bones, sinews, and tear ducts."

  • There is a disquieting dialogue at work here, the play of color capturing the tensions of the chrysalis.

  • In 1963, Time named him Man of the Year, praising his leadership in the Birmingham desegregation protests that made him "the unchallenged voice of the Negro people--and the disquieting conscience of the whites."


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