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Adjective: unsettled  ,ún'se-t(u)ld
  1. Subject to change
    "unsettled weather with rain and hail and sunshine coming one right after the other";
    - changeable, uncertain
  2. Not yet settled
    "unsettled territory"
  3. Still in doubt
    "an unsettled issue"; "an unsettled state of mind"
  4. Not settled or established
    "an unsettled lifestyle"
Verb: unsettle  ,ún'se-t(u)l
  1. Disturb the composure of
    "The kids are so comfortably settled, isn't it a pity to unsettle them?";
    - faze, unnerve, enervate, rattle [informal]

See also: aimless, doubtful, drifting, erratic, floating, homeless, itinerant, migrant, migratory, mobile, nomadic, open, peregrine [archaic], peripatetic, planetary, rootless, roving, stateless, tentative, undecided, undetermined, uninhabited, unlocated, unresolved, vagabond, vagrant, variable, wandering, wayfaring

Type of: discomfit, discompose, disconcert, untune, upset

Antonym: settled

Encyclopedia: Unsettled