Meaning of “unsettled” in the English Dictionary

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us /ʌnˈset̬·əld/

unsettled adjective (CHANGEABLE)

tending to change suddenly; not having a regular pattern:

Things are unsettled in the state’s political arena.
The forecast is for unsettled weather, with more snow to come.

unsettled adjective (ANXIOUS)

anxious and worried; unable to relax:

She was feeling unsettled the entire morning before her interview.

(Definition of “unsettled” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)