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adjective uneasy pronunciation in British English /ʌnˈiːzi/
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adjectiveuneasy
comparativeuneasier
superlativeuneasiest
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  1. 1
    someone who feels uneasy feels slightly nervous, worried, or upset about something
    He looks distinctly uneasy in interview situations.
    uneasy about: Parents are uneasy about giving this medication to their children.
  2. 2
    an uneasy situation is not settled or calm, and it could quickly change and get worse
    There has always been an uneasy relationship between workers and management.
    The next three years saw a rather uneasy peace between them.

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