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    #1

    Disquiet

    I wanted to see if I could use the word "disquiet" in these kinds of sentences. Please, would you correct my mistakes.

    1. He felt a deep disquiet inside himself.
    2. Soon, a strange disquiet started spreading all over the town.
    3. The Prime Minister was unable to stop an increasing public disquiet at his government.

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    Re: Disquiet

    #1 and #3 sound OK. For some reason, #2 sounds a little unnatural but I can't put my finger on why.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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