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- adv. In a uneasy manner; .
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an easy manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an uneasy manner; with uneasiness or pain.
- With difficulty; not readily.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with anxiety or apprehension
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Seabeck meditated for a mile, and Billy Louise watched him uneasily from the tail of her eye.
"How-dye, Allaphair!" he called uneasily, while she was yet some yards away.
Reed’s men watched uneasily from the walls as the armed soldiers rode a circuitous path along the wall of the outer bailey.
She supposed he meant he was guilty for having thrown her life into disarray with his confession, and yet the word sat uneasily.
She recalled uneasily the vague rumors she had heard since arriving in town, rumors about the old hotel becoming a home for some sort of cult, particularly rumors of Dane Lanford, as the cult's despotic leader.
Metcalfe called uneasily from the passenger cabin.
Wexford now recalled uneasily how it was said that Westerners smelt bad to the Chinese, owing to their consumption of dairy products.
I'll stay here until Mr.B. is able to see people, in case some utter emergency turns up "- I was recalling uneasily that the Emperor had told me to hang on and had assumed that I would -" but it is actually better to keep me out of sight.
Nurse Kettle threw him a glance that might perhaps be best described as uneasily roguish.
They went down a long ramp, calling uneasily to each other.