adjective, un·eas·i·er, un·eas·i·est.
Origin of uneasy
Related formsun·ease, nounun·eas·i·ly, adverbun·eas·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for uneasy
Many cultures, however, have an uneasy relationship with bats.
It would seem, at best, an uneasy fit: Paul Newman and his seventieth birthday, this month.
As a result, the temporary truce negotiated by the ICRC is uneasy and, at best, only partial.Fleeing Israeli Troops, Gaza Muslims Find Refuge in a Christian Church|Jesse Rosenfeld|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The uneasy alliance between Pharma and medical research has also resulted in major scandals.
An uneasy and unhappy electorate has spoken in June, and we should expect more surprises between now and November.Horse-Trading to Replace Eric Cantor as House Majority Leader Begins|Ron Christie|June 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her father was uneasy about her; he feared she was either ill or unhappy, and consulted his sensible old mother.The Gold that Glitters|Emily Sarah Holt
When he heard him ring the bell on the second floor, an uneasy expression came over his face.The Goose Man|Jacob Wassermann
But though it didn't fall out only three times, as I said, it kep' us all nerved up and uneasy the hull of the time expectin' it.Samantha Among the Brethren, Part 2.|Josiah Allen's Wife (Marietta Holley)
No one could have driven her faster than he drove her, and the pace satisfied even his uneasy mind.Labrador Days|Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
Somehow, in spite of the reception given the caravan, he was uneasy.The Weakling|Everett B. Cole