All of this made me uneasy when I was writing the book, and it makes me uneasy now.
LaBonte was getting hammered with queries about Balawi, and the case was making him uneasy.
This uneasy state of affairs continued until Vietnam, when popular will to engage as citizen-soldiers dried up.
As Edmund is plagued with writer's block, he turns an uneasy eye to his own life.
Their belief that they could become “voluntary Negroes” made real Negroes uneasy.
He is so uneasy about his mother, I see, that he will not leave her yet awhile.
But when he left the old man at Mrs. North's door, he was uneasy again.
I am not exactly unhappy, neither am I sad in the true meaning of the word—but I am uneasy and depressed.
It might have comforted her a little, had she known what uneasy moments Martin was having.
My mind kept on making all sorts of uneasy suggestions to me as I sat in my armchair.