uncomfortable


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I'm glad to see him, poor motherless thing!" And the loving attentions Aunt Polly lavished upon him were the one thing capable of making him more uncomfortable than he was before.
If there wasn't a brook I'd be HAUNTED by the uncomfortable feeling that there ought to be one.
"You see, Sir," pursued the tenant, "this is a very uncomfortable room.
AND when Chippy Hackee got home, he found he had caught a cold in his head; and he was more uncomfortable still.
"If you see any house, or any place where we can pass the night," she said, "you must tell me; for it is very uncomfortable walking in the dark."
It was a most uncomfortable half-hour that we spent before we were finally herded through a low entrance into a huge building the center of which was given up to a good-sized arena.
He had a way of damning people without farther appeal, or of pronouncing them capital company in the face of uncomfortable symptoms, which seemed unworthy of a man whose conscience had been properly cultivated.
It was curious that this should make me uncomfortable, but I think it did.
To me there was something unspeakably uncomfortable in the solemn dead silences that always followed this old person's tremendous outpourings of his feelings.
"How uncomfortable it is," whispered Catherine, "not to have a single acquaintance here!"
Prince Andrew answered all his questions reluctantly but reasonably, and then said he wanted a bolster placed under him as he was uncomfortable and in great pain.
Fairy me bola means "Turn me back again," and David's discovery made me uncomfortable, for I knew he had hitherto kept his distance of the fairies mainly because of a feeling that their conversions are permanent.