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Unease   /ənˈiz/   Listen
Unease

noun
1.
Physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression).  Synonyms: malaise, uneasiness.
2.
The trait of seeming ill at ease.  Synonyms: disquiet, uneasiness.






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"Unease" Quotes from Famous Books



... glad news of our absentees,[FN433] * To please us through those who had wrought us unease: Cried I, 'My life ransom thee, messenger man, * Thou hast kept thy faith and thy boons are these.' An the nightlets of union in you we joyed * When fared you naught would our grief appease; You sware that folk would to folk be true, * And you kept your oaths as ...
— Supplemental Nights, Volume 2 • Richard F. Burton



Words linked to "Unease" :   discomfort, discomposure, uncomfortableness, uneasiness



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