(noun)
1. An absence of comfort or ease; uneasiness, hardship, or mild pain.

(verb)
2. To convince a person that a position which he/she previously viewed as relaxing is actually mildly painful, difficult, or the source of uneasiness.
(noun)
1. Let's change positions now. I'm feeling some uncomfort now that my lower body is falling asleep.

(verb)
2. She thought her AP class was going to be so easy, and I felt so spiteful that I just HAD to uncomfort her.
by For Valor September 7, 2009
Uncomfortably is engrained only for misplaced, unbalanced, feelings to direct our souls for growth. Staying comfortable will never lead to higher understanding. Uncomfortably will make us change direction for the good.
Uncomfortably is the only way for growth in oneself.✌️
by Kaszastic1 May 20, 2020
the new awkward.
Could be a situation, that grade on your math test, or your mom.
1. Wow, that was really uncomfortable when Johnny started talking about his boobs.
2. I think I'm a bit uncomfortable with this grade of 32 percent.
3. your mom.
by ...jess October 4, 2007
1. It wasn't uncomfortable, and I didn't think I caught any sand, but every few hours another grain... emerges.

2. It wasn't uncomfortable at first, but after a while it was like screwing a belt sander.
1. A passive-aggressive label used by passive-aggressive women to slander a man without leaving herself open to a lawsuit because he hasn't actually done anything remotely inappropriate.

2. A passive-aggressive label used by passive-aggressive women to slander a rival male co-worker without leaving herself open to a visit to the Human Relations Department.

3. A passive-aggressive label used by passive-aggressive women to slander another woman's boyfriend without leaving herself open to ridicule.
I don't know, he just makes me feel uncomfortable.
by notgonnatakethisshitbitch March 2, 2011
i felt a certain uncomfortality with going to school on a sunday
by emotionaloutsider November 15, 2019