Definition of unsteady in English:

unsteady

Line breaks: un|steady
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstɛdi
 
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adjective (unsteadier, unsteadiest)

Derivatives

unsteadily

adverb
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  • I walked unsteadily to the phone so that I could call Hud, only to find it ringing as I reached for it.
  • As a result of his car accident, he still walks unsteadily.
  • I lurch out of the door, point myself unsteadily in the direction of my student house, and stagger through the empty streets.

unsteadiness

noun
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  • The new facility will have more space and the latest medical equipment to assess children with complaints such as coma, delayed development, learning difficulties, muscle weakness, unsteadiness and visual problems.
  • Download the photos to your computer and adjust the images in Photoshop to compensate for any camera unsteadiness.
  • Drowsiness, unsteadiness and dizziness are among the most common reactions, but for women in particular, the long-term consequences can be more serious.

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