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What is another word for unstably?

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Adverb for not firmly fixed and likely to wobble or fall
“Gladys looked back and saw the unstable bridge sway for a moment, then settle precariously.”
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Adverb for likely to change suddenly or regularly
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“At the same time, the incomes they do have are far more unstable than they were a few decades ago.”
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Adverb for prone to psychiatric problems or sudden changes of mood
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“A hitman is assigned to kidnap the mentally unstable younger brother of a powerful district attorney.”
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Adverb for behaving in a foolish or silly way
“And since I, as the human leader, was acting unstable, he simply took over the pack.”
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Adverb for feeling, or having a propensity to feel, insecure, anxious, or overly emotional
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“I cringe at the power imbalance within the relationship, as well as the withholding and intermittent reinforcement which keep her feeling unstable and insecure, always seeking his approval.”
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Adverb for occurring at uneven or varying rates or intervals
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Adverb for rickety in structure and easily damaged
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Adverb for dangerous or full of peril
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Adverb for potentially violent or dangerous, especially of a situation
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Adverb for of or pertaining to the near or immediate future
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Adverb for characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion
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Adverb for socially maladjusted or malignant
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Adverb for describing land that is wet like a swamp
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Fissiparously or divisively
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Adverb for built cheaply and shoddily
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Adverb for having lost one's direction
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Adverb for undecided or unsure of how to act
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Adverb for readily taking part in chemical reactions
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Adverb for having a form or edge that smoothly curves in and out
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Adverb for lacking in veracity, accuracy or truth
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Adverb for characterized by agitation, typically of a body of water
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Adverb for in poor condition
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