Synonyms for Discomfort:

n.

neuralgia, EINA. battle, comfort, crisis, incommodiousness, inconvenience, nightmare, ordeal, quagmire, stress, tragedy, trouble, Incommodity, worst-case scenario. guilt, guilt trip, humiliation, ignominy, inhibition, mortification, shame. discomfort (noun)
irritation, soreness, uncomfortableness.
discontentment (noun)
angst, anxiety, boredom, cheerlessness, despondence, discomposure, discontent, disgruntlement, displeasure, disquiet, dissatisfaction, ennui, exasperation, frustration, gloominess, inquietude, joylessness, sourness, uncomfortableness, uneasiness, unhappiness, wretchedness, non-satisfaction.
feeling (noun)
irritation, soreness.
irritation, pain (noun)
ache, discomposure, displeasure, disquiet, distress, embarrassment, hurt, inquietude, malaise, soreness, trouble, uneasiness.
pain (noun)
ache, affliction, agony, anguish, bite, bruise, burn, chafing, cramp, crick, distress, earache, grief, gripe, headache, hurt, inflammation, infliction, injury, irritation, malaise, misery, pain, painfulness, pang, rack, smarting, sore, spasm, stab, sting, stitch, suffering, throb, throe, torment, torture, wound, wrench, Migraine, Back Ache.
state (noun)
uncomfortableness.
trouble (noun)
chagrin, embarrassment.

v.

pain (verb)
afflict, agonize, chafe, inflame, irritate, smart, suffer.

Other synonyms:

chagrin, embarrassment, guilt trip, humiliation, incommodiousness, inhibition, mortification, neuralgia, Incommodity, EINA. guilt, inconvenience, shame. trouble. Other relevant words:
battle, chagrin, crisis, embarrassment, guilt, humiliation, ignominy, incommodiousness, inconvenience, inhibition, mortification, neuralgia, nightmare, ordeal, quagmire, shame, soreness, stress, tragedy, trouble, Incommodity, EINA.

Usage examples for discomfort

  1. Discomfort however, was perhaps the least of the war correspondent's troubles. – Campaigning in Cuba by George Kennan
  2. Children anywhere suffer little discomfort from mere dirt. – The Children of the Poor by Jacob A. Riis
  3. He settled down to more of the acute discomfort that riding was to him. – The Pirates of Ersatz by Murray Leinster