unrest-n; 2 Senses

Sense Number 1: state of public turmoil, social upheaval

Commentary: UNREST[+state][+public][+turmoil][+civic]
NOTE: refers to a group's reaction, behavior

There was growing unrest among the populace of the occupied country.
The national guard is enforcing a curfew as a pre-emptive measure against possible unrest over the verdict in this high profile case.
The crowd's unrest grew as more people joined in the chanting.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 1

Sense Number 2: personal feeling of agitation, restlessness

Commentary: UNREST[+state][+individual][+emotional][+agitation]
NOTE: refers to an individual's personal feelings

The girl's sense of unrest grew over the years living in the stodgy little town.
The unrest in John's face during the turbulent flight surprised Mary.
Yoga was a welcome antidote to the frenzy and unrest of her daily life.

WordNet 3.0 Sense Numbers: 2