Definition of uneasy in English:

uneasy

Syllabification: un·eas·y
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈēzē
 
/

adjective (uneasier, uneasiest)

Derivatives

uneasily

adverb
More example sentences
  • He suddenly looks a lot more nervous, gazing down uneasily at the photos of the alien ships.
  • The resultant lifetime ban from playing sits uneasily on his broad shoulders.
  • She turned to Michael, who was standing uneasily near the entrance to the tomb.

uneasiness

noun
More example sentences
  • So the new world one year on has become one of general uneasiness rather than fear, an emotion reserved more for the state of the economy.
  • People's anxieties may reflect uneasiness about shifts in racial and ethnic demographics in a given neighbourhood.
  • As is clear from her uneasiness, Olivia dreads the exposure of her family's secret.

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