adjective, shakier, shakiest.
tending to shake or tremble.
liable to break down or give way; insecure; not to be depended upon:
a shaky bridge.
wavering, as in allegiance:
His loyalty, always shaky, was now nonexistent.
adjective shakier, shakiest
tending to shake or tremble
liable to prove defective; unreliable
uncertain or questionable: your arguments are very shaky
noun 1. Sakyamuni.
or shalach monos [Yiddish, Ashkenazic Hebrew shah-lahkh maw-nohs, -nuh s, shlahkh; Sephardic Hebrew shah-lahkh mah-nawt] /Yiddish, Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈʃɑ lɑx ˈmɔ noʊs, -nəs, ˈʃlɑx; Sephardic Hebrew ʃɑˈlɑx mɑˈnɔt/ noun, Yiddish and Hebrew. 1. the practice of giving gifts to one another or to the needy on Purim. 2. any such gift, as cake, fruit, or […]
noun 1. a rock of fissile or laminated structure formed by the consolidation of clay or argillaceous material. noun 1. a dark fine-grained laminated sedimentary rock formed by compression of successive layers of clay-rich sediment shale (shāl) A fine-grained sedimentary rock consisting of compacted and hardened clay, silt, or mud. Shale forms in many distinct […]
perfect, a place (probably the village of Salim) some 2 miles east of Jacob’s well. There is an abundant supply of water, which may have been the reason for Jacob’s settling at this place (Gen. 33:18-20). The Revised Version translates this word, and reads, “Jacob came in peace to the city of Shechem,” thus not […]