- 1Causing or feeling slight pain or physical discomfort: athlete’s foot is a painful and uncomfortable conditionMore example sentences
painful, disagreeable, intolerable, unbearable, confining, cramped
- She could laugh and smile at things she enjoyed and cry if uncomfortable or in pain but could do little to help herself.
- The last camp is cut into a rockface and is supplied with an Islamic library and three uncomfortable beds.
- I was waiting on an uncomfortable plastic chair to be seen by a nurse.
- 1.1Causing or feeling unease or awkwardness: he began to feel uncomfortable at the man’s hard stare an uncomfortable silenceMore example sentences
- Such a request would also represent a recognition of an uncomfortable fact.
- Conditions get slightly uncomfortable and all politeness flies out the window.
- It is, to say the least, uncomfortable seeing such pain inflicted on an innocent man.
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- There's something hugely satisfying in my new ability to stand silent for five minutes looking at menus without being compelled to order food by the previous uncomfortableness of such silences.
- I honestly don't know what kept me from falling asleep, although it might have something to do with the overwhelming uncomfortableness of the chair I was sitting on.
- I didn't cough or splutter… in fact, I felt no awkwardness or uncomfortableness that I thought I might, and so I did it again.
- [as submodifier]: the house was dark and uncomfortably coldMore example sentences
- As far as I'm concerned, Condon was one hell of a writer, though his vision was uncomfortably dark at times.
- The Stone Temple offered a meager dance floor which felt uncomfortably crowded.
- It seems the whole global capitalist edifice lies rather uncomfortably on the shoulders of the humble shopper.