inestable, inseguro, inconstante, poco firme, movedizo, tembleque
Adjective(1) subject to change or variation(2) not firmly or solidly positioned
(1) The delicate line drawings wavered in the unsteady light, but it was clear enough for him to be certain this wasn't the one he was looking for.(2) The damp, hard floor beneath her was moving; it was swaying from side to side in an unsteady rhythm.(3) Tom's singing voice was a little unsteady to begin with, but soon solidified into a soft, smooth tenor.(4) Ellianne saw that his usually graceful movements were unsteady and shaking.(5) Ed was almost shaking and his voice was a little unsteady as he answered.(6) Some medicines for diabetes and heart conditions can also make you unsteady on your feet.(7) A few people may suffer intermittent symptoms or feel a little unsteady for a few days after the trip, especially after travelling by boat.(8) Robert took the other man's outstretched hand and stood on unsteady feet.(9) The rusty chandelier swayed above them in their cabin as the sea's waves shook the seemingly unsteady ship.(10) With a firm hold on the bed post, Emma hoisted herself up onto her unsteady feet.(11) Loren's voice was a bit unsteady and groggy, and I fought the urge to roll my eyes.(12) The sound of Jerry Davis' unsteady and eager voice brought her eyes up from the floor with a smile.(13) Her voice was empty, thin, like an unsteady breeze blowing across a reed pipe.(14) As he went to the scaffold, he was so injured and unsteady that he fell from the ladder he was climbing towards the rope and broke his neck.(15) I sat up slowly, my arms shaking as I pushed myself out of bed on to my unsteady feet.(16) Her voice felt unsteady , but she forced it to adhere to her usual monotone as she spoke again.
(1) unstate :: unstate
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