What does unease mean?

Definitions for unease
un·ease

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. malaise, unease, uneasinessnoun

    physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression)

  2. disquiet, unease, uneasinessnoun

    the trait of seeming ill at ease

Wiktionary

  1. uneasenoun

    A feeling of disquiet or concern.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Uneasenoun

    want of ease; uneasiness

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of unease in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of unease in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of unease in a Sentence

  1. Nancy Pelosi:

    I think you make more of it than there is in our caucus to be honest, the press loves to foment unease in the Democratic Party. We are very united about for the people, lower health care cost, bigger paychecks, HR 1, cleaner government.

  2. Nancy Pelosi:

    There's no question, White House is just crying out for impeachment. That's why he flipped yesterday. ... You all have a story that isn't real. I mean, you want to believe that there's all this unease in our caucus. That simply isn't the truth.

  3. Michael Kenny:

    There is great unease and reluctance, because most people in the political world believe Englishness is not a terribly progressive identity. There is a lingering fear that if this becomes political it's right-wing and reactionary.

  4. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi:

    We have serious unease in our caucus.

  5. Emma Kingcome:

    The canal will transform the face of the landscape, 'There is huge unease about the scale of the project and what it will bring to the country, and we'll all be keeping a keen eye on the developments as they progress.

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