Meaning: lacking a sense of security or affording no ease or reassurance; "farmers were uneasy until rain finally came"; "uneasy about his health"; "gave an uneasy laugh"; "uneasy lies the head that wears the crown"; "an uneasy coalition government"; "an uneasy calm"; "an uneasy silence fell on the group"
He felt uneasy and restless.
Made me and my wife uneasy, that did.
He felt uneasy about the boy--almost superstitious.
"Don't be uneasy, Axel, we shall find more than we want."
Once, however, she called him, as it were, puzzled and uneasy.
"Are we then going to travel, my lord?" asked Mousqueton, rather uneasy.
He looked at me with an uneasy smile, evidently anxious and troubled over me.
Every time she made a noise some one groaned, and that made the child uneasy.
Behind the words, moreover, hid the unuttered thought that made her so uneasy.
She had neither seen nor heard anything of him, and was by this time very uneasy.