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Zimmerman, the county assessor, recently described it as being in unsound condition, meaning it’s “practically unfit for use,” according to the assessor’s handbook.
STATE-SUPPORTED “CLEAN ENERGY” LOANS ARE PUTTING BORROWERS AT RISK OF LOSING THEIR HOMESBY JEREMY KOHLER AND HARU CORYNEAPRIL 23, 2021PROPUBLICA
Your religion does not make it—its ethics are too weak, its theories too unsound, its transcendentalism is too thin.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
But it was in the course of this period 1834-47 that persons of unsound mind became recognised as a distinct class.
ENGLISH POOR LAW POLICYSIDNEY WEBB
Coronado, on his part, hooted in his soul at Mrs. Stanley's whimsies, and half supposed her to be of unsound mind.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Bois l'Hery's horses were unsound, Schwalbach's gallery was a swindle, Moessard's articles a recognised blackmail.
THE NABOBALPHONSE DAUDET
His letters and speeches also show that he was not conversant with political economy, and that his social views were unsound.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.III.E. FARR AND E. H. NOLAN
Alexander, who was of unsound mind, and always full of magnificent ideas, presented somebody with a city.
L. ANNAEUS SENECA ON BENEFITSSENECA
This, you see, is magnificent utterance, but as economic philosophy it is reckless and unsound.
THE BOOK OF LIFE: VOL. I MIND AND BODY; VOL. II LOVE AND SOCIETYUPTON SINCLAIR
His quarrel with Mrs. Eddy lay in the belief that she herself, as he expressed it, was "a very unsound Christian Scientist."
MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
It was not his fault if at first some extremely unsound and impermanent shanties were run up on the vacant site.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO UNSOUND

  • capricious
  • changeable
  • dizzy
  • erratic
  • fickle
  • fluctuating
  • giddy
  • groggy
  • inconstant
  • precarious
  • quivery
  • rickety
  • rocky
  • shifting
  • teetering
  • tippy
  • unreliable
  • unsettled
  • unsound
  • unstable
  • vacillating
  • variable
  • wabbly
  • wavering
  • wayward
  • wiggly
  • wobbly
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