unsteady

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To render unsteady, removing balance
Noted for lack of regularity or uniformity
Not held firmly in position
Inconstant in purpose, or volatile in behaviour
{a} not fixed, irresolute
If you are unsteady, you have difficulty doing something, for example walking, because you cannot completely control your legs or your body. The boy was very unsteady and had staggered around when he got up He poured coffee into the mugs, and with an unsteady hand, held one of them out to David. + unsteadily un·steadi·ly She pulled herself unsteadily from the bed to the dresser
{s} unstable, shaky; insecure; changeable
subject to change or variation especially in behavior; "her unsteady walk"; "his hand was unsteady as he poured the wine"; "an unsteady voice
If you describe something as unsteady, you mean that it is not regular or stable, but unreliable or unpredictable. His voice was unsteady and only just audible
Unsteady objects are not held, fixed, or balanced securely. a slightly unsteady item of furniture
unsteadily
{a} inconstantly
unsteadiness
{n} a want of constancy
Unsteadiness
tickleness
unsteadily
in an unsteady manner; "he walked unsteadily toward the exit"; "The wounded soldier was swinging unsteadily on his legs
unsteadily
shakily, in an unstable manner
unsteadily
In an unsteady manner; so as to shake, falter, or be inconsistent
unsteadiness
The quality of being unsteady
unsteadiness
the quality of being unsteady--varying and irregular
unsteadiness
{i} unstableness, shakiness; changeability, irregularity
unsteadiness
falter
unsteadiness
the quality of not being steady or securely fixed in place
unsteadiness
the quality of being unsteady--varying and irregular the quality of not being steady or securely fixed in place
unsteady

    Silbentrennung

    un·stea·dy

    Türkische aussprache

    ınstedi

    Antonyme

    steady

    Aussprache

    /ənˈstedē/ /ənˈstɛdiː/

    Etymologie

    [ "&n-'ste-dE ] (transitive verb.) 1532. Created by adding the prefix un- to steady. Like steady, the word first appeared in English around 1530. The word is comparable to the Old Frisian onstedich, the Low German unstadig etc.

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