Ginger-beer is an unsteadying beverage when taken the day by the length.
It was not more contemptuous, nor less; but something about it was unsteadying.
But the continued explosions were unsteadying the hand of the drummer.
The brandy has made him bold, at length untying his tongue, while unsteadying it.
Undoubtedly there was a sinking feeling within her, unsteadying in its way.
To Roy she had never seemed more charming; and his own abrupt volte-face was unsteadying, to say the least of it.
But through all the young man's indignation and resentment there ran an unsteadying doubt, a miserable doubt of himself.
In fact we usually attribute the smallness of his scores to its unsteadying effect.
Those eyes, with the amazing inner lights, were to him dazzling and unsteadying.