Uncomfortable means that you are not happy or satisfied with the situation. When you are uneasy, you are not at ease or calm.

  • He was uneasy about going out with such a sketchy group.

  • She was uneasy about going to the party, but she decided to go anyway.

Definition of uneasy


lacking or not affording physical or mental rest




socially uncomfortable; unsure and constrained in manner


awkward, ill at ease


causing or fraught with or showing anxiety


anxious, nervous, queasy, unquiet


lacking a sense of security or affording no ease or reassurance


relating to bodily unease that causes discomfort

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Example Sentences for uneasy

  • 1

    But it may cause uneasiness, too.

  • 2

    But profundity and goofiness are an uneasy mix.

  • 3

    Sorry for causing any uneasiness.

  • 4

    A sense of isolation and uneasiness takes over.

  • 5

    The cultural gap adds to the uneasy feelings.

  • 6

    The mental uneasiness and ego also decrease.

  • 7

    At first, he saw no reason for uneasiness in the appeal.

  • 8

    Politicians were uneasy when the meeting was prorogued.

  • 9

    Pure white is to relieve anxiety and feelings of uneasiness.

  • 10

    Pure white relieves anxiety and feelings of uneasiness.