Adjective(1) inclined to shake as from weakness or defect(2) vibrating slightly and irregularly; as e.g. with fear or cold or like the leaves of an aspen in a breeze(3) not secure; beset with difficulties
(1) He looked up surprised, shook his head and gave out a shaky laugh.(2) He was simply relating an event as if explaining he had spilled his coffee because the table was shaky .(3) Secondly, I think that it's on very, very shaky ground without constitutional authorization.(4) Two painkillers and some cold water later, she made her shaky way down the precarious steps into the living room.(5) A shaky laugh bubbles past his lips, and dizzy words start tumbling out of him.(6) After this the Blues were shaky , losing too many penalty corners and unable to connect passes.(7) He gripped the steering wheel, letting out a shaky little laugh before speaking.(8) When they parted, the two gave a small, shaky , yet happy laugh.(9) He leaned against the table and tried to find a chair to sit on, but his legs were too shaky and weak to even bend.(10) Gavin's voice sounds miraculous, the low baritone of it trembling in my already shaky spine, and I needed him here.(11) Instead, from what I could make out over the music, her voice sounded shaky and weak.(12) The evening got off to a shaky start as our table wasn't ready, and the restaurant was unfazed by this.(13) He was trembling and his breathing was shallow and shaky .(14) I let out a shaky laugh and pulled away so that I could look up at him.(15) My legs felt weak, my body shaky , and I wasn't sure whether I was hot or cold.(16) She touched her lips with shaky fingers, lips quivering as the tears ran past them.
2. faint ::
3. unsteady ::
4. unreliable ::
5. precarious ::
1. certain ::
2. incontestable ::
3. indisputable ::
4. indubitable ::
5. sure ::
6. undeniable ::
7. undoubted ::
8. unquestionable ::
Different Formsshaken, shaker, shakers, shakily, shaky
Word Example from TV Shows
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I-I-I felt like my voice
was a little SHAKY there.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 15
And your carotid artery
is just one SHAKY scalpel away...
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 9
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