Definition of unconfident in English:

unconfident

Line breaks: un|con¦fi¦dent
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkɒnfɪd(ə)nt
 
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adjective

Not confident; hesitant: the airmen were young, but not unconfident very young people may have an unconfident approach
More example sentences
  • It's very hard at the moment to read that mood, but it's uncertain, slightly fearful, unconfident.
  • Where post-Cold War politics seemed uncertain and unconfident, Islamic fundamentalism promised firm rules, a coherent sense of identity, and a sense of belonging to a global Islamic community.
  • Yeah, like I said, like in the beginning, I was pretty nervous and unconfident playing the first match in such a long time.

Derivatives

unconfidently

adverb
More example sentences
  • I'm unconfidently predicting that the Supreme Court will not cite to any foreign decisions this term.
  • We crept unconfidently down the uneven stairs and I saw that we were the only women.
  • Even today, the old manufacturing firms in India continue to be hobbled by these decades of protection: they look fearfully and unconfidently upon the outside world.

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