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Unsettled, 1) not firmly resolved: “prepared I was not for such a business; therefore am I found so much u.” All's II, 5, 68. “to rectify what is u. in the king,” H8 II, 4, 64.
2) unhinged, disturbed, troubled, contrary to calm and composed: “the best comforter to an u. fancy,” Tp. V, 59. “he something seems u.” Wint. I, 2, 147. dost think I am so muddy, so u. 325 (properly == turbid). “all the u. humours of the land,” John II, 66 (restless).
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