One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the doctor made him feel uneasy’
worried, anxious, ill at ease, troubled, disturbed, agitated, nervous, tense, overwrought, keyed up, on edge, edgy, apprehensive, restive, restless, fidgety, discomposed, discomfited, perturbed, alarmed, fearful, fraught, upset
uncomfortable, self-conscious, embarrassed, unsettled
British informal stressy
calm, at ease
2‘he had an uneasy feeling that it was going to cause trouble’
worrying, disturbing, troubling, agitating, alarming, dismaying, perturbing, disquieting, concerning, unsettling, disconcerting, upsetting
3‘this victory ensured an uneasy peace for nearly three years’
tense, awkward, strained, constrained, forced, fraught, precarious, unstable, insecure
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