uncomfortably

[ UK /ʌnkˈʌmftəbli/ ]
[ US /ənˈkəmftəbɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in physical discomfort
    she lay on the couch, her body uncomfortably twisted
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How To Use uncomfortably In A Sentence

  • This is a movie with a distinct and startling cinematic language, but with uncomfortably coercive mannerisms.
  • My nose is uncomfortably stuffed up.
  • Despite advances in headphone design, the fact is you are still listening to glorified stereo, where the sounds appear to thump uncomfortably inside your head.
  • Claire looked at her feet, shuffling uncomfortably in place.
  • And the deadline for submitting the illustrations was getting uncomfortably close.
  • While Mona stares uncomfortably into the horse's eye, Tamsin regards her with poised bemusement.
  • I shifted slightly, uncomfortably; the chair was built for different proportions.
  • So really just a bloke sitting uncomfortably on a hill. Times, Sunday Times
  • With all due respect, I think that your perspective here is horribly simplistic, uncomfortably mis-targeted (to the point of near endorsement), and quite diversionary from the essential core issue. Oaxaca to Guadalajara: The good.. the bad.. & the ugly
  • she lay on the couch, her body uncomfortably twisted
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