Definition of uneasy
- uneasy news of captures and killings
- —Marjory S. Douglas
Rain made the crew uneasy.
He has an uneasy relationship with his father.
We spent an uneasy night waiting for news.
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: worried or unhappy about something
: likely to change or end : not secure or settled
: awkward and uncomfortable : not relaxed
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