Synonyms of discomfort in English:

discomfort


See definition of discomfort

noun

1‘he complained of increasing abdominal discomfort’

SYNONYMS
pain, aches and pains, soreness, tenderness, irritation, stiffness, malaise
ache, twinge, pang, throb, cramp, hurt
British informal gyp

2‘the discomforts of life at sea’

SYNONYMS
inconvenience, difficulty, bother, nuisance, vexation, drawback, disadvantage, trouble, problem, trial, tribulation
lack of comfort, unpleasantness, hardship, distress
British disbenefit
informal hassle
ANTONYMS

comfort, luxury

3‘Ruth flushed and Thomas noticed her discomfort’

SYNONYMS
embarrassment, discomfiture, unease, uneasiness, abashment, awkwardness, discomposure, confusion, agitation, nervousness, flusteredness, perturbation, distress, anxiety
chagrin, mortification, shame, humiliation
rare disconcertment, disconcertion

verb

1‘his purpose was to discomfort the Prime Minister’

SYNONYMS
discomfit, make uneasy, make uncomfortable, embarrass, abash, disconcert, nonplus, discompose, take aback, unsettle, unnerve, put someone off their stroke, upset, ruffle, fluster, perturb, disturb
chagrin, mortify
informal rattle, discombobulate, faze, set someone back on their heels
ANTONYMS

reassure