Michelle Obama is a balm to dark-skinned and insecure Negro women.
I devolved into the worst-case scenario of the needy, insecure housewife.
They see gun rights as insecure, malleable, and under constant attack.
But an insecure majority constantly seeks confirmation of its own superiority by searching for inferiorities in others.
[Peter Parker] was a nerd, a loner, socially inept, insecure, a poor kid being raised by relatives.
The kings position was too insecure for him to venture on persecution, which would infallibly have led to a revolt.
To make these insecure, is like mining the foundations of a building.
Mr. Baker left his insecure place, and crawled, with stoppages, along the poop.
No wonder I felt that my life was insecure—no wonder my mind was filled with forebodings.
The platforms were so insecure it was positively dangerous for the actors to stand on them.
insecure in·se·cure (ĭn'sĭ-kyur')
Lacking emotional stability; not well-adjusted.
Lacking self-confidence; plagued by anxiety.