Definition Of unsettled

verb

(of an area) having no settlers or inhabitants.

At first they were held in public houses, but as the attempts to eliminate them intensified, they moved to unsettled areas on the outskirts of settlement.

cause to feel anxious or uneasy; disturb.

the crisis has unsettled financial markets

lacking stability.

an unsettled childhood

Example Of unsettled

  • Accordingly, the Respondent decided that the bank did not owe the appellant any money in unsettled bills.

  • And in unsettled times, there's always the option of cheering oneself up by playing ‘who have I outlived?’

  • Another pivotal moment is coming soon - the one in which ministers have to persuade unsettled MPs that its most controversial proposals were indeed those they campaigned for in May.

  • At first they were held in public houses, but as the attempts to eliminate them intensified, they moved to unsettled areas on the outskirts of settlement.

  • ‘Workers were unsettled when it began vibrating and made strange noises,’ a spokesman for police in the eastern city of Chemnitz said.


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