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Unease

ʌnˈiːz

Meanings of Unease:

noun

Anxiety or discontent.

Usage examples:

Public unease about defence policy

Uneases

ʌnˈiːz

Meanings of Uneases:

noun

A feeling of being worried about something

Usage examples:

The security lapses have caused widespread unease amongst air passengers., unease about/over/with p…

Uneasier

ʌnˈiː.zi

Meanings of Uneasier:

adjective

Causing or feeling anxiety; troubled or uncomfortable.

Usage examples:

She felt guilty now and a little uneasy

Meanings of Uneasiest:

adjective

Causing or feeling anxiety; troubled or uncomfortable.

Usage examples:

She felt guilty now and a little uneasy

Uneasily

ʌnˈiː.zəl.i

Meanings of Uneasily:

adverb

In a way that shows anxiety or discomfort.

Usage examples:

I shifted uneasily in my seat

Uneasiness

ʌnˈiː.zi.nəs

Meanings of Uneasiness:

noun

A feeling of anxiety or discomfort.

Usage examples:

I sensed the uneasiness of people around me

Meanings of Uneasy:

adjective

Causing or feeling anxiety; troubled or uncomfortable.

Usage examples:

She felt guilty now and a little uneasy

Uneatable

ʌnˈiː.tə.bəl

Meanings of Uneatable:

adjective

Not fit to be eaten.

Usage examples:

We all complained about the uneatable breakfast

Meanings of Uneconomic:

adjective

Unprofitable.

Usage examples:

The closure of uneconomic pits

Meanings of Uneconomical:

adjective

Wasteful of money or other resources; not economical.

Usage examples:

The old buses eventually become uneconomical to run

Unedifying

ʌnˈed.ɪ.faɪ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Unedifying:

adjective

(especially of an event taking place in public) distasteful; unpleasant.

Usage examples:

The unedifying sight of the two leaders screeching conflicting proposals

Unedited

ʌnˈɛdɪtɪd

Meanings of Unedited:

adjective

(of material for publication or broadcasting) not edited.

Usage examples:

And is abc crossing the line in choosing to broadcast a graphic, unedited war movie in prime time?

Uneducable

ʌnˈedʒ.ə.kə.bəl

Meanings of Uneducable:

adjective

(of a person) unable to be educated or taught.

Usage examples:

Dismissing your opponents as uneducable serves no useful purpose

Meanings of Uneducated:

adjective

Having or showing a poor level of education.

Usage examples:

The workforce remains largely uneducated and unskilled

Meanings of Uneducatedly:

adjective

Having or showing a poor level of education.

Usage examples:

The workforce remains largely uneducated and unskilled

Unelaborate

ˌʌn.iˈlæb.ər.ət

Meanings of Unelaborate:

adjective

Not containing a lot of careful detail or many detailed parts

Usage examples:

The school was built of brick and glass in the functional and unelaborate manner of the early 1970s…

Meanings of Unelaborated:

adjective

Not developed or presented in great or further detail.

Usage examples:

The theory remains unelaborated and sketchy

Meanings of Unelectable:

adjective

(of a candidate or party) very likely to be defeated at an election.

Usage examples:

An unelectable extremist

Meanings of Unelected:

adjective

(of an official) not elected.

Usage examples:

Unelected bureaucrats

Meanings of Unembarassed:

adjective

Not feeling or showing embarrassment.

Usage examples:

He was quite unembarrassed by his state of undress

Meanings of Unembarrassed:

adjective

Not feeling or showing embarrassment.

Usage examples:

He was quite unembarrassed by his state of undress

Unembellished

ʌnɪmˈbɛlɪʃt

Meanings of Unembellished:

adjective

Not embellished or decorated.

Usage examples:

The unembellished truth

Meanings of Unembodied:

adjective

(of an idea, quality, or feeling) not having a tangible or visible form.

Usage examples:

Claims to knowledge of an unembodied consciousness

Meanings of Unemotional:

adjective

Not having or showing strong feelings.

Usage examples:

A flat, unemotional voice

Meanings of Unemphasized:

adjective

Not emphasized or made prominent.

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