I was pregnant, uncomfortably so, for the first time and with twins, due the following March.
Or when in the midst of an uncomfortably aggressive tryst, Franklin forced Tara to take a bite out of his jugular.
But America in 2009 also looks as if it might rhyme, uncomfortably, with Great Britain circa 1909.
Railing against bigness is the easy part, as the Tea Party is now uncomfortably aware.
The situation bears an uncomfortably close resemblance to the struggles that tore apart the former Yugoslavia.
Ed Meyers laughed, uncomfortably, and glanced yearningly toward the door.
Joe said, uncomfortably, "They say the military is a science, too."
After testing my cheek lightly with his bill, he began to get in some uncomfortably heavy blows, so I thought it time to stop him.
The way in which she put it stirred him as she had intended it should—uncomfortably.
It was a bullet, which whistled through the air most uncomfortably near his head.