Examples of unease in a Sentence
A feeling of unease came over her.
They noticed increasing signs of unease among the workers.
Recent Examples of unease from the Web
Over the past year, YouTube has struggled to balance creators' concerns over diminished advertising income with brands' unease about their ads running alongside controversial content.
The Iran precedent, as well as the uncertainty ahead, prompted cautious reactions—and even some rumblings of unease—from Mr. Trump’s allies on the right.
But if the broken color brushstrokes of Impressionism were meant to make works glimmer, this picture quivers with unease.
But enthusiasm has since been tempered with unease over the ethics of a computer making phone calls under the guise of being human.
That is interesting -- and represents a different line of thinking from many within the party who believe their base's epic distaste for Trump is coupled with a broader unease among the general public with the President's policies.
Adding to the unease is anticipation of Trump's upcoming meeting with Putin.
The characters’ unease contrasts beautifully with the ordinariness of the setting: posters about the parts of speech, the solar system and the presidents on the classroom wall, a little American flag mounted next to the chalkboard.
The unease comes amid a swirl of recent racial-profiling cases that stirred public outrage.
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alarm (also alarum), anguish, consternation, desperateness, desperation, discomfort, discomposure, dismay, distraction, distress, disturbance, edginess, hand-wringing, jitters, jumpiness, panic, tremor;
UNEASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unease for English Language Learners
: a feeling of worry or unhappiness
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