insecure[ in-si-kyoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF insecure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INSECURE
But this is insecure ground, and the meaning can but be guessed at.
He realized that his tenure was insecure, and he dreaded exposure.
Her foot slipped from its insecure rock hold and she stumbled.
He left her with the feeling that the foundations70 of life, as she was leading it, were insecure.
The friendship of nations will still be insecure and shifting.
The boundaries of Christendom were as yet narrow and insecure.
To make these insecure, is like mining the foundations of a building.
No wonder I felt that my life was insecure—no wonder my mind was filled with forebodings.
In no country in the world, civilized or savage, is life so insecure as in this.
I seem to be a consciousness, vague and insecure, placed between two worlds.