English words and Examples of Usage

use "uneasy" in a sentence

It makes for an uneasy relationship as they drift across the ocean.

It’s a tranquil setting that holds grave torment amid an uneasy quiet.

"It's an issue that makes a lot of people uneasy and I understand that.

That warning leaves at least one Edmonton business owner feeling uneasy.

It's also worth noting that Boeing and Delta have an uneasy relationship.

"We ended up feeling a bit uneasy and just decided to walk away from the venue.

But generally speaking, authorities are uneasy about such civilian interventions.

“No, I’m fine,” Packer, sounding slightly uneasy but mostly calm, replied.

He said, “To many white people, uneasy with these changes, Herbert pushed too hard.

Still, other Kurdish groups are understandablely uneasy over Erdogan's real designs.

The crews are all too aware of the risks but are uneasy discussing them with an outsider.

That answer made members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee uneasy.

People are also uneasy about the idea of the West asking for access to Iranian military sites.

Many of those countries are uneasy with the U.S. negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program.

An uneasy truth that the town wants to ignore doesn't help Anna's case, even if it means injustice.

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