Synonyms for ill-at-ease
- out of countenance
Antonyms for ill-at-ease
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILL-AT-EASE
He stood awkward and ill-at-ease; for the moment forgetting his errand.
At supper he was silent and ill-at-ease, but the missionary was jovial and animated.
Also she felt her father was embarrassed by her, and ill-at-ease.
But, all the same, he was troubled, confused and ill-at-ease.
It was when the friends were alone together that they were most ill-at-ease.
As always, Loring was very restless and ill-at-ease in the presence of sickness.
Garth went, and paused, ill-at-ease, just within the doorway.
As he looked, he seemed to grow suddenly nervous and ill-at-ease.
It told him also that she was decidedly nervous and ill-at-ease.
Most strangely stiff, preoccupied, and ill-at-ease, Finn thought her.