Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or character of being uncertain.
- n. being unsettled or in doubt or dependent on chance
“Moments of uncertainness and mistrust between ourselves have been put behind us," said President dos Santos, who has been in power since 1979.”
“We are not born American, we become American, and this creates a sort of uncertainness, a sort of fragility.”
“Something very, very good, uncertainness and possibilities.”
“And odd whiles the sounds to be as of great monsters; and the earth to shake under us; and other-whiles there to be a hush and only the steam about us, and somewhere in the distance and uncertainness a low piping of some steam cranny, very strange and lonesome-sounding.”
“As he stood there in anxious uncertainness he heard a low voice among the bushes.”
“Class engine survive No. 6023 Edward II which has nearly finished its restoration at Didcot it is at 1.59 & what I think is its boiler at 2.13 in the photos video, this uncertainness it due to there being several boilers and boilerless locos in the workshop and No. 6000 George V which is currently visiting the NRM from the GWR museum in swindon who got BR 9F No. 92220”
“Mostly I remember the support and attention I got from family and friends, and the uncertainness of what the diagnosis meant.”
“The main limitation of this study is that the cohort of the evaluable patients was relatively small, thus introducing a degree of uncertainness concerning particularly the specificity and sensitivity of the tested variables.”
“All forward-looking statements made on this call are subject to risks, uncertainness and assumptions that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from those contained in the forward-looking statements.”
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