How Do You Spell UNEASE?

Correct spelling for the English word "unease" is [ʌnˈiːz], [ʌnˈiːz], [ʌ_n_ˈiː_z]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of UNEASE

  1. physical discomfort (as mild sickness or depression)

Anagrams of UNEASE

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Common Misspellings for UNEASE

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Usage Examples for UNEASE

  1. 186. There is the disquiet of unease in either knowing or not knowing. - "PoPHILO" by Dom
  2. Now all that day, I did have a strange unease of the spirit, so that I stopt oft to listen, as that my soul told of something nigh unto me that did follow very quiet. - "The Night Land" by William Hope Hodgson
  3. Moreover, my existence as a day- boy in London had been so unhappy; that I was prepared to welcome any change, so at most I felt only a vague unease as to the future. - "The Ghost Ship" by Richard Middleton
  4. The deep unease of the myriads of bare tree- trunks about him, supporting their snow- laden canopy, told him of the burden which the pitiless northern heavens were thrusting upon them. - "The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
  5. She didn't get this, but, with the half- fearful tail of her eye for the clock, let him hold her quiescent, while the relentlessly sliding moments ticked against her unease. - "The Vertical City" by Fannie Hurst