- n the state of being tense and feeling pain
- n embarrassment deriving from the feeling that others are critically aware of you
- One legacy of feminism has been this uncomfortableness about women rearing children and getting close to children.
- But his selection for COS, I thought was brilliant except for my uncomfortableness with his banking history.
- The degree of uncomfortableness is increasing day by day.
- Isiah Thomas in SI.com
In order to have progress and to move forward, sometimes you have to have some uncomfortableness between player and coach,Thomas said. "To get the most out of the player sometimes it's got to be a little bit uncomfortable, but that's the...
- Ray Allen in SI.com
It's giving me a lot of uncomfortableness when I move to my right side,said Allen, who missed four games last season. "I've always said if you're injured, you don't play. You sit down."
- Trent Dilfer in Chicago Tribune
The mind-set is no different, but that uncomfortableness of what's going to happen, I think coach Nolan did the right thing to make a decision,Dilfer said. "You always want to be part of the solution, and I'm very excited about the...