- a subject to change or variation
her unsteady walk
his hand was unsteady as he poured the wine
an unsteady voice
- s not firmly or solidly positioned
climbing carefully up the unsteady ladder
- While emotional turmoil is part of being a teenager, Nicole Cabezas is among a growing cohort of kids whose unsteady psyches do not simply rise and fall now and then but whipsaw .
- OK, that one is kinda cool, but footage of a trombone recital recorded by an unsteady, possibly intoxicated cameraman? No, thank you.
- He last performed live in the winter of 1995, but he was unsteady on his feet, and lyrics he'd known for years eluded him.
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- Today in history: June 15, 2013
In 1913: Ten barrels of Bohemian beer arrived in Happy Camp by pack train the previous Saturday night. The next day everybody in the town was drunk, five or six men and a few boys excepted. As a climax, Will Bellew took five shots at N.B. Baker. Bellow was of unsteady aim and he missed Baker every time.
June 15, 2013 - The Record Searchlight
- Kevin Brady in Bloomberg
The truth is: no jobs. No recovery,Brady said. "Let's finally admit America's recovery can't be built on the unsteady Democratic doctrine of spending more, borrowing more and higher taxes."
- Joe Biden in Reuters India
Biden, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said the bill was designed to correct an "unsteady balancing act in one of the ...... most dangerous spots in the world" that breeds recriminations in Washington and Islamabad.