Shaky



adjective, shakier, shakiest.
1.
tending to shake or tremble.
2.
trembling; tremulous.
3.
liable to break down or give way; insecure; not to be depended upon:
a shaky bridge.
4.
wavering, as in allegiance:
His loyalty, always shaky, was now nonexistent.
adjective shakier, shakiest
1.
tending to shake or tremble
2.
liable to prove defective; unreliable
3.
uncertain or questionable: your arguments are very shaky

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