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  • adj. comparative form of unsteady: more unsteady


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  • The longer you hold up the gun the 'unsteadier' you and it gets.

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  • With a slower, slightly unsteadier movement, she snipped it off with the shears.


  • Marmeladov was much unsteadier on his legs than in his speech and leaned heavily on the young man.

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  • In what follows I am moving into unsteadier terrain.

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  • "I -- I dare because no one else can, and someone must, " Gubber said, his voice unsteadier than he would have liked.

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  • But in grasp of character, always excepting the one central figure of the piece, we find his hand as yet the unsteadier of the two.

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  • The longer he stood the unsteadier he grew, and the more profusely he wept.



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