uneasiness

[ uhn-ee-zee ]SEE DEFINITION OF uneasiness

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Do not occasion me uneasiness, when I would give you nothing but pleasure.

"I am a Mackworth of Normanton," the other answered, with some uneasiness of manner.

It was as if she found in sheer activity and fatigue a remedy for her uneasiness.

By the first day of May, Tillie's uneasiness had become certainty.

I recommend to you, my dear lady, to give yourself no uneasiness.

I noted some slight changes in Mr. Stewart, which gave me a sense of uneasiness.

A state of mind produced by contemplation of a neighbor's uneasiness.

And in keeping it secret from you, she supposed, no doubt, that she was only saving you uneasiness.'

Her mistress did not fail to notice it, and a shade of uneasiness darkened her brow.

There had been whisperings, and uneasiness was already spreading.

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