Sentence for uncomfortable | Use uncomfortable in a sentence

A sentence using the word uncomfortable. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use uncomfortable in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for uncomfortable.

  • They make me uncomfortable. (10)
  • Both sisters were uncomfortable enough. (4)
  • Most uncomfortable, Sir; most uncomfortable! (8)
  • Still, the drizzle of rain was uncomfortable. (7)
  • But is not your father uncomfortable about it? (4)
  • I was uncomfortable enough, I may say unhappy. (4)
  • He himself had an uncomfortable confession to make. (10)
  • Dinner that evening was a strange, uncomfortable meal. (8)
  • Then there crept into his mind an uncomfortable thought. (8)
  • There I perched until the dawn, a most uncomfortable bird. (7)
  • As the fatal moment approaches I feel more and more uncomfortable. (12)
  • One should not be a critic of our works of Art in uncomfortable garments. (10)
  • Bingley was quite uncomfortable; his sisters declared that they were miserable. (4)
  • Emma knew that he was now getting to the Box Hill party, and grew uncomfortable. (4)
  • He stopped, having an uncomfortable suspicion that his hearer was not listening. (8)
  • The whole of her had a sort of intensity that made him profoundly uncomfortable. (8)
  • He was looking at her and the doctor, and she began to feel uncomfortable again. (13)
  • From the time this thought took possession of me, I became excessively uncomfortable. (6)
  • He had the uncomfortable conviction that his refusal had passed her by, as if unspoken. (8)
  • Very uncomfortable she was, and must continue, till she heard from Miss Crawford again. (4)
  • The latter was long in answering, but kept his eyes with uncomfortable steadiness on James. (8)
  • The young man looked away hastily, with an uncomfortable feeling in beholding all this emotion. (13)
  • And they always made him uncomfortable, like the touch of a prickly leaf; they did not amuse him. (8)
  • She was not yet quite able to see him and his charming happy wife together, without feeling uncomfortable. (4)
  • Though Keith held his silk hat high, he still had the uncomfortable feeling that the man had recognised him. (8)
  • It is a convenience which dispenses with a hot, dusty walk or an uncomfortable journey in packed trolley cars. (21)
  • It made her uncomfortable for a time, but yet there were enjoyments in the day and in the view which would be felt. (4)
  • She will grow just refined enough to be uncomfortable with those among whom birth and circumstances have placed her home. (4)
  • But the man made me so uncomfortable, touching my shoulders, and I could not bear his hands, even when he was praising me. (10)
  • He had a most uncomfortable experience, being attacked severely by the enemy which now seemed to be always lying in wait for him. (14)
  • The gunboats, however, blazed away at set intervals all night long, just to make the enemy uncomfortable and break him of his rest. (7)
  • Emma made no answer, and tried to look cheerfully unconcerned, but was really feeling uncomfortable and wanting him very much to be gone. (4)
  • I stood there a little, everything smelled so delicious after the rain; suddenly I had the uncomfortable feeling that I was being watched. (8)
  • She looked round at him, and under that young, clear, brooding gaze he had the sudden uncomfortable feeling of having spoken like a charlatan. (8)
  • Very quickly the settlers found that Holy Cross River was a very uncomfortable place, lacking sufficient shelter, with little or no fuel handy. (19)
  • Grace made no direct response, and he grew visibly uncomfortable under the cold abstraction of the gaze with which she seemed to look through him. (9)
  • This was placing her in a very uncomfortable situation, and she felt great compassion for Captain Tilney, without being able to hope for his goodwill. (4)
  • Simply two or three conversations with him have made me uncomfortable ever since; I can see nothing durable; I dream of surprises, outbreaks, dreadful events. (10)

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Definition of uncomfortable:

  • uncomfortable, un-kum’fur-ta-bl, adj. not comfortable, causing discomfort or disquiet: awkwardly situated. | n. uncom’fortableness. | adv. uncom’fortably.(0)

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