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ill at ease

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishill at easeill at easenot relaxed You always look ill at ease in a suit. ease
Examples from the Corpus
ill at easeIf people are already ill at ease in unfamiliar surroundings the order of service becomes another pressure.Rehnquist sometimes can appear ill at ease in public.And all of this is inevitable, for Utopians are ill at ease at the sharp end of politics.He is extremely ill at ease.They looked ill at ease in the same camera frame.Dave always looks ill at ease in a suit.The thought of confinement can make me ill at ease.Nevertheless, their formality sits ill at ease with Esau's spontaneous show of love.He looked about him, for once strangely ill at ease, disconcerted to learn that she had ridden off ahead of him.By the way, most women are very ill at ease when you call them out from the jury pool.
ill at easeill at easeNERVOUSnervous, uncomfortable, or embarrassed He always felt shy and ill at ease at parties. ill
Examples from the Corpus
ill at easeHe is extremely ill at ease.The thought of confinement can make me ill at ease.And all of this is inevitable, for Utopians are ill at ease at the sharp end of politics.He looked about him, for once strangely ill at ease, disconcerted to learn that she had ridden off ahead of him.They looked ill at ease in the same camera frame.If people are already ill at ease in unfamiliar surroundings the order of service becomes another pressure.By the way, most women are very ill at ease when you call them out from the jury pool.Nevertheless, their formality sits ill at ease with Esau's spontaneous show of love.
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