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restless

adjective
 
 
/ˈrestləs/
NOT STILL unable to be still or relax because you are bored or nervous: The audience was getting restless.Anxious and worried
NOT SATISFIED not satisfied with what you are doing now and wanting something new: After a while in the same relationship I start to get restless.Feelings of desire
restlessly adverb restlessness noun [U]
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