unsteady

Unsteady vs Unsustainable - What's the difference?

unsteady | unsustainable |


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and unsustainable

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while unsustainable is not sustainable.

As a verb unsteady

is to render unsteady, removing balance.

Nimble vs Unsteady - What's the difference?

nimble | unsteady |


As adjectives the difference between nimble and unsteady

is that nimble is quick and light in movement or action while unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable.

As a verb unsteady is

to render unsteady, removing balance.

Inconsonant vs Unsteady - What's the difference?

inconsonant | unsteady | Related terms |

Inconsonant is a related term of unsteady.


As adjectives the difference between inconsonant and unsteady

is that inconsonant is not consonant; disagreeing or clashing while unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable.

As a verb unsteady is

to render unsteady, removing balance.

Unsteady vs Giddy - What's the difference?

unsteady | giddy | Related terms |

Unsteady is a related term of giddy.


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and giddy

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while giddy is dizzy, feeling dizzy or unsteady and as if about to fall down.

As verbs the difference between unsteady and giddy

is that unsteady is to render unsteady, removing balance while giddy is (obsolete|transitive) to make dizzy or unsteady.

Unsteady vs Changeful - What's the difference?

unsteady | changeful | Related terms |

Unsteady is a related term of changeful.


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and changeful

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while changeful is (rare) changing frequently; very susceptible to change; variable; fickle.

As a verb unsteady

is to render unsteady, removing balance.

Weak vs Unsteady - What's the difference?

weak | unsteady | Related terms |

Weak is a related term of unsteady.


As adjectives the difference between weak and unsteady

is that weak is lacking in force (usually strength) or ability while unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable.

As a verb unsteady is

to render unsteady, removing balance.

Unsteady vs Modifiable - What's the difference?

unsteady | modifiable | Related terms |

Unsteady is a related term of modifiable.


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and modifiable

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while modifiable is capable of being modified; subject to modification.

As a verb unsteady

is to render unsteady, removing balance.

Unsteady vs Tottering - What's the difference?

unsteady | tottering |


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and tottering

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while tottering is unsteady, precarious or rickety.

As verbs the difference between unsteady and tottering

is that unsteady is to render unsteady, removing balance while tottering is .

As a noun tottering is

the movement of one who totters.

Unsteady vs Restless - What's the difference?

unsteady | restless |


As adjectives the difference between unsteady and restless

is that unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable while restless is not allowing or affording rest.

As a verb unsteady

is to render unsteady, removing balance.

Alterable vs Unsteady - What's the difference?

alterable | unsteady | Related terms |

Alterable is a related term of unsteady.


As adjectives the difference between alterable and unsteady

is that alterable is alterable while unsteady is not held firmly in position, physically unstable.

As a verb unsteady is

to render unsteady, removing balance.

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