Definition of shaky in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈʃeɪki

adjective (shakier, shakiest)



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  • He hands the glossy thing to me and I shakily accept it like a sad surrender.
  • Picking up her glass shakily, Adrienne takes another sip of her water and decides to let it drop.
  • His mouth opened but no sound came out, and he pointed shakily towards where he had been looking.


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  • Following reduction or cessation of use, severe intermittent symptoms of palpitations, sweating, shakiness and insomnia were alleged starting in 1989 and lasting for 2-3 years, thus outside any relevant period of cover.
  • It has grown to become one of the great weird voices, up there with those of Neil Young and Little Jimmy Scott, its shakiness having evolved into style.
  • As an ex-Chief of Defence he had probably experienced at first hand the shakiness of our strategic policy foundations.

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