unsureness


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unsureness

noun
The quality or condition of being erratic and undependable:
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unsureness

nUnsicherheit f
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history of the word "story" itself mirrors our deep unsureness about whether stories are true or not.
I realised that I had been taught to leave behind childhood quickly, and that I missed what it was to be a girl, recalling the sense of being alone, the unsureness, before the world became sexualised [Fig.
The insecurity and unsureness of the narrator causes the reader to feel unsettled.
Sure, right now there is still a lot of unsureness over how cleanly the UK will emerge from its Brexit process.
[I.sub.3] = S = unsureness = either True or False = T [[disjunction].bar] F
Upon his return Colo showed an unsureness, easy to pull round the park and to bully.
'When I view over the assurances and hopes I have had in this book of my meditations', Austen writes towards the end of Book M, 'I have overcome my enemies and my fears, but such is the unsureness of every ground in this world to anchor on as I soon come to wade in deep places again' (p.
This was not unsureness of touch; this was dilettantism.
Uneven passage-work, involuntary accents, a cramped feeling in the hand, and clumsiness and unsureness are caused by the fact that once the thumb is placed under the palm it is not only in an uncomfortable position but it simply has no equipment, no muscles available to bring it down vertically.