unease


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Synonyms for unease

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Synonyms for unease

physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression)

the trait of seeming ill at ease

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Unease about staying in a posh hotel with all mod cons while so many of those around me had lost everything.
Government adviser Eric Carlin has resigned from the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs, (ACMD) following unease about the speed with which Mephedrone was criminalised.
There has been growing unease among Malaysia's mainly Chinese and Indian ethnic minorities who are mostly Buddhists, Christians and Hindus over numerous complaints of discrimination and unfair treatment by the authorities when seeking legal redress following cases of divorce and religious conversions.
This unease is shared by our constituents in Canning who face a drastic reduction in free visitors parking for friends, family, carers and service providers.
the gut, unease in the artist's double, triple nibs, unease among
There was unease upon his arrival at the "central banker's bank" in the spring of 2003.
The expected grilling by the press comes a day after the execution of two of Saddam Hussein's closest henchmen, which provoked global unease as it emerged that Saddam's half-brother and intelligence chief Barzan Ibrahim was decapitated during the hanging.
District 4--Cleveland: Modest economic growth in the Fourth District has not curtailed some experts' unease about slowing auto and housing sectors.
George Washington's Secretary of the Treasury and West Indian immigrant Alexander Hamilton came to personify the unease felt by Americans about the relations between the slave colonies of the West Indies and the supposedly free and democratic states of the independent mainland, a state of mind that Goudie terms the "creole complex".
Adapted from three short stories by Quebec-based Haitian writer Dany Laferriere by the brilliant French director Laurent Cantet (``Human Resources,'' ``Time Out''), the movie is both sensually languid and charged with an underlying unease.
Such unpredictable civil unease only serves to deepen the frisson of security consciousness already in play post 9/11, and adds to the challenge of trying to create a dignified and genuinely open diplomatic presence.
The equivalences implied by these juxtapositions are nothing new; what resounds is the unease of coming face-to-face with artworks that blend these disparate referents so seamlessly.
In "Fear of Men in Tights," Kathy Valin finds that there is still, in some quarters, a lingering unease about seeing men in ballet costumes.
Cape Town, South Africa in the 1970s is a place and time of turmoil, racial unrest, and general unease as the culture and government are challenged by the underclass and the system of apartheid is falling apart.
The proposed new constitution has several points that trigger further unease.