ill at ease | Vocabulary



This webpage is about the idiom ill at ease

That means

If you might be ill at simplicity, you come to feel tense or you can not unwind in a predicament.

For example

  • Liam constantly appears to be unwell at relieve when he is remaining interviewed on T.V.
  • I don’t indicate to make persons truly feel unwell at ease, but I appear to have that influence on some persons.

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