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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of unsteady.

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Examples

  • The room seems unsteadied by von Storch's ambition.

    D.C. developer David von Storch is pumped to take fitness centers to a new level

  • Ha Rachel I was slightly unsteadied by the giant puff marshmallows and by the time I got to the liver pate and bubbles of oil I felt positively ill.

    Breakfast Memories

  • God bless him! his hand was a little unsteadied by all the whisky-punch he had taken, but it was plain to see his heart was for poor Judy.

    Castle Rackrent

  • With a cry, Aspiche drew his saber in a wide scything arc but then, partially unsteadied by his rage, put his weight on his weak leg and just for a moment tottered.

    The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

  • Your presence here, your necessary intimacy with us, harmless as it has been, God knows, in all other respects, has unsteadied her and made her wretched.

    The Woman in White

  • The crowd had pressed too much forward as it appeared, and his eye had been unsteadied by the flapping of the skirt of a frieze riding-coat worn by one of the spectators.

    The Purcell Papers

  • The recent blow on the back of Harry's head seemed to have unsteadied him; he narrowed his eyes, swaying slightly, until the walls stopped moving again.

    Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

  • When he handed the binoculars back to Captain Scull he felt his stomach quivering—an old fear unsteadied his mind, and even his hand.

    Comanche Moon

  • Sad and unsteadied, Jake managed to secure the lead rope attached to the pack mule.

    Comanche Moon

  • Bones let Jim go, then glanced down with wry amusement at the hand that had both steadied and unsteadied his Captain.

    THE WOUNDED SKY

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