Vine vigorous, precariously hardy, lacking in productiveness.
It seemed to him he remained there precariously alone with the stanchion for a long, long time.
He labours to bear in mind, how undeservedly they are often bestowed, how precariously they are always possessed.
He was the son of Amoz, who has been (much too precariously) identified with a brother of Amaziah.
It then appeared how precariously it had stood for many years.
Precariously, Reuben said: "I think he's gone, Grandmother."
But its existence was precariously balanced on public trust.
The most precariously perched had paid no toll but the chimney.
And it was for this tide that the Japanese had so precariously waited.
Trix was rather a well-known inventor in her day and season—which is the one from which we are all precariously recovering.