uneasy

[ uhn-ee-zee ]
/ ʌnˈi zi /

adjective, un·eas·i·er, un·eas·i·est.

not easy in body or mind; uncomfortable; restless; disturbed; perturbed.
not easy in manner; constrained; awkward.
not conducive to ease; causing bodily discomfort.

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Origin of uneasy

First recorded in 1250–1300, uneasy is from the Middle English word unesy.See un-1, easy

OTHER WORDS FROM uneasy

un·ease, nounun·eas·i·ly, adverbun·eas·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for uneasy

uneasy
/ (ʌnˈiːzɪ) /

adjective

(of a person) anxious; apprehensive
(of a condition) precarious; uncomfortablean uneasy truce
(of a thought, etc) disturbing; disquieting

Derived forms of uneasy

unease, noununeasily, adverbuneasiness, noun
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