uncertainly[ uhn-sur-tn ]SEE DEFINITION OF uncertainly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNCERTAINLY
Cyrus had withdrawn from the stove, and was feeling his chin, uncertainly.
The uncertainly and mystery that enveloped Eldorado was its greatest charm.
In the living-room he stood and stared about him uncertainly.
“I must go through the dining-room to get to my room,” Olive said uncertainly.
The girl's voice was colorless, and she did not look at Rufus who regarded her uncertainly.
Let us then picture, however vaguely and uncertainly, the growth of a ballad.
Sheila watched him uncertainly, and then took possession of the next room.
The soldier's voice broke off uncertainly and Gaddon laughed shortly.
Next, the knob was turned, slowly and uncertainly, as if by a child.
And after a moment's silence she laughed, uncertainly, almost nervously.