Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not eased or made easier.

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Examples

  • If Iran makes compromises, if it essentially views its relationship with its neighbors differently, its participation in various terrorist activities differently, then I think it can move toward a different relationship with the United States and the larger international community, which is also uneased about various aspects of its behavior.

    CNN Transcript Oct 1, 2009

  • His had been the most true battle of personal will, trying to find a place for the stern, deep-laden control of emotions among a crew of suspicious and uneased humans who were constantly coaxing those emotions out.

    Flashback

  • Amsterdam to Detroit bomb scare by the Nigerian terrorist, is it bad that I felt a little uneased when I see some really, really African dressed guys in line to check in for my KLM flight from Houston to Amsterdam?

    TravelPod.com TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at TravelPod.com

  • While the product is fantastic, adopters may be uneased with the discrepancies within the people behind the TWiki project.

    Planet MYOSS

  • I’m a little uneased about some claims i’ve heard were artist have had tracks purchased, but not show up in their tracks sold summary.

    Snocap Followup: Clarifications and Answers « the j. botter weblog

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