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
But inexplicably, Angelos had fired Oates, the team’s most successful manager since Earl Weaver, creating a sense of unease.
Public polling also turns up growing unease about GOP attention to needs of the middle class.
According to a recent report by the Guardian, Trump revealed his unease over the visit during a conversation with May in recent weeks, according to a Downing Street adviser who was in the room.
Her talent is less about extracting information from intriguing people and more attuned to leading the audience to a sense of vague unease about her subjects.
Surprises like the U.K. election, the victory of President Donald Trump and Brexit show a deep unease with economic conditions.
The lighting, the movements and the awkward dialogue all work together to create unease.
Unease over the potential implications of the latest political fallout in Washington weighed on the dollar Wednesday.
CURRENCIES: Unease over the potential implications of the latest political fallout in Washington weighed on the dollar Wednesday.
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First Known Use of unease
UNEASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unease for English Language Learners
: a feeling of worry or unhappiness
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