It is this sense of uneasiness that makes me think of our times being similar to Berlin in 1930.
More than anything, they reflect our uneasiness with the modern world, its complexity, and often its capriciousness.
And oil prices have gone up in recent months, thanks to production disruptions and uneasiness over conflict in the Middle East.
It seems like a rather unlikely scenario, but it has created some of the uneasiness in the publishing houses.
So I was trying to reflect that and not avoid the uneasiness inherent in the depictions of different existences.
There is such an uneasiness in Paris, that we have actually a run of confidence upon us!
"We may have plenty of it yet," replied the lieutenant, with a suspicion of uneasiness in his tone.
At least that is how I interpret the uneasiness, the hesitation, which I now seemed to perceive in him.
As he glanced at the girls' table, he could detect a current of uneasiness.
There was a degree of uneasiness felt after we were informed of the horror of Duck Lake.