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unease

[ uhn-eez ]
/ ʌnˈiz /
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noun
a state of discomfort or restlessness in the body or mind:Anxiety may break through and make itself felt in physical symptoms, such as jitters or unease.These initiatives seem to have emerged from the growing unease at the uneven pattern of economic recovery.
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Origin of unease

First recorded in 1300–50; un-1 + ease
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