Definitions

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  • noun uncertainty

Etymologies

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unsure +‎ -ness

Examples

  • No man was sure of his neighbor, and each was conscious that he stood in like unsureness with his fellows.

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  • The woman, he says, is called Jane, or Jean; paradoxically, his unsureness creates a sense of authenticity.

    Among the psychics

  • The mind now a day-to-day muddle through unsureness and darting, furtive thoughts that render a person incapable of doing the things everybody else takes for granted.

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  • She could think of them all and would have blurted them out, if she didn't have a sudden attack of unsureness.

    Broken Symmetry

  • The mind now a day-to-day muddle through unsureness and darting, furtive thoughts that render a person incapable of doing the things everybody else takes for granted.

    Fragility

  • So you'll have to excuse my unsureness, but I appear to be having a brain FREEZE a the mo.

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  • YAY! we get to see Kristin Stewart do more shuttering and flipping her hair and saying every line with a bit of awkwardness and unsureness.

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  • So you'll have to excuse my unsureness, but I appear to be having a brain FREEZE a the mo.

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  • It troubles people because it conveys an impression of unsureness and personal wobble and self-concem that is the last thing they want in a leader.

    The Folly Of 'Reinvention'

  • Eclipses have been known to make life "wobbly": People and situations can suddenly change course, emotions can run high, and there can be an overall feeling of unsureness.

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