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- adj. uncertain
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Uncertain; doubtful; unsteady.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance
Un moment il était pâle et blême, comme un homme incertain
Just as a person has a First Amendment Constitutional right, incertain circumstances, to be free from exercising freedom of speech, Plaintiffs in this matter have the Constitutional right to be free from entering a private contract or an involuntary association.
Or quand le futur est incertain et le présent angoissant, le passé prend sa revanche car il rassure.
His thick outline reminds me of Mike Oeming and Stuart Immonen, both of whom I enjoy greatly, and his women manage to be attractive without the excesses of anatomy you find incertain big-nameartists coughMikeDeodatocough.
Administrer un monde incertain: les nouvelles bureaucraties techniques.
Arabian peoples and Muslims are now officially the new scapegoats in the West, although sometimes the classic Jewish target is still resurrected incertain corners.
Avec l'avenir, maintenant incertain, de l'exploitation pétrolière, on comprend Danny Williams de tenir mordicus aux paiements de péréquation.
I believe that there is no way he can protect his family from the cruelty of the scorn and ridicule of those who will inevitably tell them in no incertain terms that they believe Mr. Schiavo is a murderer.
She was between contracts for the first time in a long time, and incertain where she was going to land.
Many of that sect, as well antient as modern, have, from the light of reason, discovered some hopes of a future state; but in reality, that light was so faint and glimmering, and the hopes were so incertain and precarious, that it may be justly doubted on which side their belief turned.