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
Both Republicans and Democrats in these strongly conservative states see the unrest around education as symptomatic of broader unease about years of budgetary belt-tightening that have followed popular tax cuts.
That unease comes at a point when some analysts were already anxious about the impact of higher interest rates.
As the examiners looked on, Dawa Yangzum felt a familiar sense of unease.
The increased police presence has also given students of color at Stoneman Douglas a sense of unease, according to Kai Koerber, a junior.
That same unease propelled Disappears into one of the city’s most beloved acts.
And improvements to eyes, skin, and hair help bridge the uncanny valley, a term used to describe how digital humans who appear almost, but not quite human, evoke a feeling of unease in viewers.
Mikko Mursula, the chief investment officer of Ilmarinen Mutual Pension Insurance Co., says unease at the prospect of major central banks ending stimulus is one of the reasons volatility suddenly spiked in the beginning of February.
And the baby’s arrival, though joyous, stirred in him the same feelings of unease that trouble every father — feelings that the film’s script captured beautifully.
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First Known Use of unease
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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