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  • adj. comparative form of uneasy: more uneasy


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  • I wished the woman would say something more; the longer she set still the uneasier I was.

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

  • I knew that something about Voisine's discovery of Grace's body made me uneasy, and Lutz's involvement in that discovery made me uneasier still.

    The Killing Kind

  • His news was pressing, and he wished to see Althea, but the longer he remained here, the uneasier he felt.

    The Mad Ship

  • Well, if you'll believe me, mum, instead of gettin 'easier as time went on, he got uneasier.


  • But he would be a cursed deal uneasier in total darkness, and that light might give him a way out of here without Valeria's risking her neck to climb down to him!

    Conan and The Gods of The Mountain

  • "What did you do to me?" he asked again, uneasier than ever.

    Sentenced To Prism

  • While he and Wootton talked, I studied the other two-if I'd known that the red dots on their feathers signified enemies killed, and the notches stood for cut throats, I'd have been even uneasier than I was.

    Flashman and The Redskins

  • We had to wait near an hour before Gezo put in an appearance, in which time the sun got hotter, the reek fouler, and my mind uneasier.

    Flash For Freedom

  • We've tackled tunnels and shafts, and several games like this, and pretty near died a dozen different styles -- all uneasy kinds of dyin '-- and we've lived when it was a darn sight uneasier than croakin', and kept on tryin 'out new diggin's, and kept on bein' busted all the time.

    The Furnace of Gold

  • The post which he held by this precarious tenure carried with it the title of king; but surely no crowned head ever lay uneasier, or was visited by more evil dreams, than his.

    Chapter 1. The King of the Wood. § 1. Diana and Virbius


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