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restless

view main entry for restlessadjective  /ˈres(t)ləs/
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restlessly

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restlessness

noun [uncountable]
restlessness noun [uncountable]Being awake and not sleeping: awake, conscious, waking, sleepless, wakeful, up, insomnia, bad night, toss and turnBoredom and lack of enthusiasm: boredom, apathy, indifference, monotony, disinterest, torpor, ennui, fatigue, cabin fever, a low/high boredom thresholdFeelings of worry and nervousness: range anxiety, worry, concern, stress, tension, pressure, anxiety, strain, disquiet, alarm

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