adjective, un·eas·i·er, un·eas·i·est.
Origin of uneasy
OTHER WORDS FROM uneasyun·ease, nounun·eas·i·ly, adverbun·eas·i·ness, noun
Words nearby uneasy
Example sentences from the Web for unease
As the pilots prepared for takeoff, Breman sensed their unease.
We look with unease on the shadow of wisdom, but refuse to examine it—and our anxiety over all-important tests deepens.
“I think both of our constituencies feel a little bit of unease about this strange-bedfellows situation,” says Kiernan.The Green Tea Party: Debbie Dooley Battles Big Energy|Michelle Cottle|September 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As the breadth of the counterrevolution became clear, my unease turned to despair.
The sense of unease was palpable in Cairo as the dust cleared on Thursday.
She looked at him quite straight as she spoke, and he felt a sudden sense of unease.The Red Cross Barge|Marie Belloc Lowndes
But even in the refuge of her own rooms the ring encircled Flora with unease.The Coast of Chance|Esther Chamberlain
He had no word to offer to dispel the woman's unease, so he hurried away without further spoken word between them.The Triumph of John Kars|Ridgwell Cullum
And for this crystal it hath brought me nought but unease hitherto.The Geste of Duke Jocelyn|Jeffery Farnol
The sight of it literally seemed to deepen the unease which looked out of his eyes.The Man in the Twilight|Ridgwell Cullum