ill at ease
This page is about the idiom ill at ease.
Meaning: If you're ill at ease, you feel tense or you can't relax in a situation.
- Liam always looks ill at ease when he's being interviewed on T.V.
- I don't mean to make people feel ill at ease, but I seem to have that effect on some people.
Marcus says that he always feels ill at ease when he's
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Contributor: Matt Errey