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uneasy

adjective    /ʌnˈi·zi/
uncomfortable or anxious : If you travel , you know that uneasy feeling you get when you arrive in a strange city and don’t have a hotel reservation . uneasily    /ʌnˈi·zə·li/ adverb He stirred uneasily in his chair as she stared at him.
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