uneasy
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ʌnˈiːzi/
Adjective

uneasy (comparative uneasier, superlative uneasiest)

  1. (rare) Not easy; difficult.
Translations Adjective

uneasy

  1. Restless; disturbed by pain, anxiety
    I've been uneasy about your friend ever since I met him. Are you sure we can trust him?
  2. Not easy in manner; constrained
    Synonyms: stiff, awkward, ungraceful
    He was behaving in an uneasy way.
  3. Causing discomfort or constraint
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