Meaning of uneasiness in English:


Pronunciation /ʌnˈiːzɪnəs/

Translate uneasiness into Spanish


mass noun
  • A feeling of anxiety or discomfort.

    ‘I sensed the uneasiness of people around me’
    • ‘the media often express a general uneasiness with animal research’
    • ‘His assessment of the audience's uneasiness may have been understated.’
    • ‘Edward shows a strange uneasiness in his relations with her.’
    • ‘Fear is emotion, pain, uneasiness, anxiety, caused by the sense of impending danger.’
    • ‘Despite surface pleasantries at times, an uneasiness derived from their deeply entrenched differences.’
    • ‘Is this a sign of the party's uneasiness about the scandal?’