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fusty, muggy, stale-smelling, choky, sweltry, unventilated.
anguished, anxious, bored, cheerless, cross, despondent, disapproving, discomposed, discontent, disgruntled, displeased, disquieted, dissatisfied, dissident, exasperated, fed up, frustrated, gloomy, irreconcilable, irritated, joyless, malcontent, restless, sour, uneasy, ungratified, unhappy, wretched, non-satisfied, teed off, ticked off, miserable.
aching, angry, anguished, annoyed, chafed, cheerless, comfortless, confused, discomfited, discomposed, disquieted, disturbed, embarrassed, exhausted, fatigued, galled, hurt, ill at ease, miserable, nervous, pained, restless, self-conscious, smarting, sore, stiff, strained, suffering, tired, troubled, uneasy, vexed, weary, worn, wretched, wracked, in pain.
ill at ease
fidgety, unrelaxed, out of place, on pins and needles, on tenterhooks.
aching, acute, aggravating, agonizing, annoying, arduous, biting, bitter, bothersome, burdensome, chafing, cruel, crushing, cutting, disagreeable, distressful, excruciating, grievous, grueling, harrowing, horrendous, hurtful, inflaming, insufferable, irritating, miserable, odious, offensive, oppressive, painful, piercing, severe, smarting, sore, stabbing, stinging, throbbing, troublesome, trying, unbearable, unpleasant, withering, woeful, wrenching, Besetting, Gnawing, Irksome, tormenting, Cramping, anguishing, nagging, Torturing., extremely bad, torturing.
afflictive, agonizing, annoying, awkward, bitter, cramped, difficult, disagreeable, distressing, dolorous, excruciating, galling, grievous, hard, harsh, incommodious, irritating, thorny, troublesome, vexatious, wearisome, ill-fitting, torturing.
sick as dog, bilious, Qualmish, sick as a dog, green around gills, pukish, up set.
self-conscious, out of countenance.
taut, hard put, wrecker, unglued, in a state, at end of rope, nervous wreck, strung out.
Slammed, skintight, watertight, Padlocked, proofer, hermetically sealed, stopped up.
awkward, bad, comfortless, discomfited, disquieting, embarrassed, ill at ease, irritating, miserable, painful, self-conscious, tough, uneasy, warm, wretched.
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