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- n. Discomfort, especially uneasiness associated with awkwardness, embarrassment, or self-consciousness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being uncomfortable, uneasy, or miserable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. embarrassment deriving from the feeling that others are critically aware of you
- n. the state of being tense and feeling pain
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The Huffman's nearly had a heart attack from the uncomfortableness, which is surprising considering they are the indie rocker couple.
Anyways, you and I both could hear and see that "uncomfortableness" if you will in her.
"Coming from South India, you're always very timid, you're within your shell ... we always think that, you know, maybe I don't fit here, that kind of uncomfortableness," he said.
As someone who has an "uncomfortableness" around mascots and people in costume at times other than Halloween (yes, I mean you Klingon guy who wouldn't break character at the Hilton Star Trek exhibit in Las Vegas circa 1998), I can't say I'm totally fond of Santa myself ... but of course we must take the little one to see Santa - capture the memories of the holiday, keep tradition alive, get a photo for the Christmas card and, with any luck, not pass along my
The other lifted bleak eyes that bored into Fatty's until he physically betrayed uncomfortableness.
After thinking on it some, though, the real affect became an uncomfortableness for me.
Blaming your child for their behavior will likely heighten their uncomfortableness and perhaps escalate the problem.
These are men who you can rekindle that passion with for one special Valentines night... and maybe a lifetime of uncomfortableness.
My dad is like 450 lbs. and even he was able to fly with us, granted he was sitting next to us and we waived the uncomfortableness of it being cramped - but still.
I think my uncomfortableness around it is the idea that the pictures stay around forever (and public, forever).