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Thesaurus / uneasiness

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While Heather felt uneasy, she and Heidi decided to move forward with the service, followed by a reception at a nearby tavern.
A 61-year-old man who’s been staying at the Convention Center since April said he and others have been feeling uneasy and were unsettled to see staff replaced and beds removed.
He said this week that he and others there have been uneasy about what might come next.
These are also awkward, especially as the controller rumbles and stiff, first-person camera angles make for an uneasy experience.
Despite the upheaval the coronavirus pandemic has brought, uneasy times also set a course for innovation.
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Each felt, it seemed, a slight uneasiness, as though of trouble coming that was yet not entirely atmospherical.
THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
Do the public funds exhibit the slightest symptoms of uneasiness or excitement?
With well-trained waiters, you need give yourself no uneasiness about the arrangements outside of the parlors.
The lad's uneasiness showed itself, but when they went back to the hotel about the supper hour Winston smiled at him.
WINSTON OF THE PRAIRIEHAROLD BINDLOSS
We set them down as pirates, and awaited the upshot with a considerable degree of uneasiness.

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