- shaky + -ly (Wiktionary)
“Aunt Bl-" "Coming, Andrew," she called shakily as she fumbled to raise the strap of her leotard.”
“Bloomberg reporter Mary Childs closed another shakily sourced report on the future of the iPhone with the remarkable observation on Apple:”
“And then, turning so gradually he could have been a tree growing toward the light, he lifted a hand and pointed, shakily, to the water tank, where it floated on wooden struts behind the two whitewashed yurts that housed Geshe and Lama respectively and rose like twin ice-cream cones from the dead blasted earth.”
“Jefferson Airplane, staggering onstage a few hours later, were shakily magnificent.”
“The big, handsome northern flicker is an aggressive bird that often hurls itself at its reflection, falls like a stone, lies on its back with its feet curled up for a while, opens one eye, gets shakily up and staggers through the air to a nearby branch where it spends an hour or two thinking black thoughts—and then flies into the window again.”
“Thunderbird stretched, rose to his feet, shakily, then settled his feathers and ambled weakly toward me.”
“Now part 2, the White House continues to shakily stand by their initial assertions that 75% of the oil has disappeared.”
“I stood up shakily, grasping the check, feeling it crinkle in my hand.”
“Silas said, hoisting his short bow and holding it somewhat shakily.”
“She nodded shakily and pulled out a chair at the kitchen table.”
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