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unconfident

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This has proven to in turn lead to higher opening rates as subscribers will be confident that they will get value out of every email, and the emails are specifically sent to meet their needs.

Since Douglas anticipated our current crisis about as well as anyone, I reached out to him again to discuss what’s happening, where he thinks this is headed, and if he’s more or less confident that we’ll avoid the crisis he predicted.

From Vox

Opportunities to use such advanced facilities are scarce, and researchers want to have all the details ironed out to be confident the experiment will be a success.

People were more confident buying something that cost $300 online than something that costs $3,000.

From Fortune

They look like superheroes in their sleek new SpaceX spacesuits — dashing, confident and smiling, ripped from the pages of a comic book.

The other end of the same phenomenon is you miss the first throw, you get unconfident, and you miss the second one as well.

It's only the weak and unconfident that are threatened by such things.

Her standards of right and wrong were shaken; the wholesale assaults on her ideals left her shocked and unconfident.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unconfident, such as: distrustful, dubious, hesitant, indecisive, mistrustful, and shaky.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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