[ US /ənˈstɛdi/ ]
[ UK /ʌnstˈɛdi/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. subject to change or variation
    her unsteady walk
    his hand was unsteady as he poured the wine
    an unsteady voice
  2. not firmly or solidly positioned
    an unfirm stance
    climbing carefully up the unsteady ladder
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How To Use unsteady In A Sentence

  • Yet the video footage shows a man slightly unsteady on his feet. Times, Sunday Times
  • Witnesses said he appeared unsteady on his feet. The Sun
  • I managed to wiggle underneath them all, dislodging those on the very top by unbalancing the unsteady column.
  • As Charles lets what feels like half of Glasgow into the dressing room, an unsteady young fan falls at Turner's feet.
  • His speech is a mumble, his face immobile, his gait unsteady.
  • With his support and encouragement I took my first somewhat unsteady steps towards the production of a unit in financial accounting.
  • Nestling next to the ladies of the night were several mustached, glazed-eyed Afghan men who occasionally took unsteady steps onto a makeshift dance floor to bust some surprisingly graceful traditional moves. The Longest War
  • his hand was unsteady as he poured the wine
  • Stagger and stumble suggest unsteady or uncontrolledmovement.
  • With his support and encouragement I took my first somewhat unsteady steps towards the production of a unit in financial accounting.
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