unsteadfast[ sted-fast, -fahst, -fuhst ]SEE DEFINITION OF unsteadfast
Synonyms for unsteadfast
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNSTEADFAST
The glances that he fixed upon me were unsteadfast and wild.
Morton translates false reckoning, which hardly comes under the head of unsteadfast belief; fals takynges P.
The people he had led thither were mere children, rendered dependent and unsteadfast by their long period of servitude.
Some old tales evince it in the unsteadfast purpose of the narrative, the hero quite forgetting the initial motive of his action.
Black-coloured the unsteadfast comrade; white the man whose thoughts keep troth.
To pass along the trunk, rendered slippery by the wet and unsteadfast by the wind, was imminently dangerous.