What is another word for uneasily?

Pronunciation: [ʌnˈiːzɪlɪ] (IPA)

There are various synonyms for the word "uneasily" that can be used to describe a state of discomfort, tension, or uncertainty. Some examples of synonyms for "uneasily" include restlessly, nervously, apprehensively, fretfully, anxiously, and edgily. These words can be used to convey a sense of unease or discomfort in various situations, such as before an important decision, while waiting for news, or during a tense conversation. Additionally, these synonyms can be used in a wide variety of writing styles, such as in novels, news articles, academic papers, or personal essays. Using synonyms for "uneasily" can help provide a more nuanced and descriptive picture of the feelings and emotions involved in a given situation.

Usage examples for Uneasily

Lingard, moving a little uneasily under their fixed scrutiny, asked himself whether she really heard and understood what he was saying?
"Jane Oglander"
Marie Belloc Lowndes
While she asked uneasily: "But you will return to Port Said?"
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Men rode uneasily here and there, and when they met they talked of prairie fires and of fire guards and the direction of the wind, and of the faint prospect of rain.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower

Famous quotes with Uneasily

  • A woman watches her body uneasily, as though it were an unreliable ally in the battle for love.
    Leonard Cohen
  • They started two hours before daylight, and at first, it was not necessary to break the ice across the canal as other boats had gone on ahead. In each boat, in the darkness, so you could not see, but only hear him, the poler stood in the stern, with his long oar. The shooter sat on a shooting stool fastened to the top of a box that contained his lunch and shells, and the shooter's two, or more, guns were propped against the load of wooden decoys. Somewhere, in each boat, there was a sack with one or two live mallard hens, or a hen and a drake, and in each boat there was a dog who shifted and shivered uneasily at the sound of the wings of the ducks that passed overhead in the darkness.
    Ernest Hemingway
  • The wind is rising on the sea, The windy white foam-dancers leap; And the sea moans uneasily, And turns to sleep, and cannot sleep.
    Arthur Symons
  • The public examination of homosexuality in our contemporary life is still so coated with distasteful moral connotations that even a reviewer is bound to wonder uneasily why he was selected to evaluate a book on the subject, and to assert defensively at the outset that he is happily married, the father of four children and the one-time adornment of his college boxing, track and tennis teams.
    Sydney J. Harris
  • Millions upon millions of years ago, when the continents were already formed and the principal features of the earth had been decided, there existed, then as now, one aspect of the world that dwarfed all others… a mighty ocean, resting uneasily to the east of the largest continent, a restless ever-changing, gigantic body of water that would later be described as Pacific.
    James A. Michener

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