- a lacking a sense of security or affording no ease or reassurance
farmers were uneasy until rain finally came
uneasy about his health
gave an uneasy laugh
uneasy lies the head that wears the crown
an uneasy coalition government
an uneasy calm
an uneasy silence fell on the group
- a lacking or not affording physical or mental rest
she fell into an uneasy sleep
- s causing or fraught with or showing anxiety
- s socially uncomfortable; unsure and constrained in manner
was always uneasy with strangers
- s relating to bodily unease that causes discomfort
- Albert was still young, but he was no longer uneasyhe had risen to become dean of the English department.
- Jeff Sessions in msnbc.com
Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama, the top Republican on the panel, said the combination of some of Kagan's careful answers and her record "leaves me uneasy" about her confirmation.
- Tim Wakefield in ESPN
The problem that the doctors are uneasy about is my recovery time,Wakefield said. "If I keep throwing and throwing and throwing with swelling, it may cause impingement. It may tear something."
- Chen Yibing in TIME
Yang was very uneasy going into his third Olympics,said Chen Yibing, Yang's teammate on the China squad that won the team gold two days ago. "But he handled it like a champion and I respect him very much."