uncomfy


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uncomfy

(ʌnˈkʌmfɪ)
adj
not comfortable
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uncomfy

adjective
Informal. Causing discomfort:
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Mud, stone floors and uncomfy beds become the scenery of Rab and Jeany's story as hard years pass on their Dumfriesshire farm, but she is the rock at the novel's centre, at the heart of the bard's songs and poems.
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50, which has Ta soothing effect on a tight, uncomfy crown.
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I am surrounded by black leather, the sports seats are a bit uncomfy and the Porsche emblem is staring at me from the centre of the steering wheel.
To go back into recession now would have made things rather uncomfy for Mr O.
Weak bass, a generic fit that was uncomfy after time and chronic sound leak that meant whatever you listened to could be heard by everyone nearby added up to a poor pair of headphones.
From the off seeing them swing round on giant push-button bucket seats as the series began was more than a little uncomfy.
Chairs were a bit uncomfy but he'll make some dosh out of it.