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Origin of insecure
Examples from the Web for insecure
With its eastern borders under siege from Russia, Ukrainians feel cornered and insecure.
If they do, the jobs are low-level, part-time, temporary, insecure, and require supplementing with freelancing.How to Get Laid in Brooklyn a la Adelle Waldman’s Nifty Novel of Manners|Tom LeClair|July 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“We live in a society where there are girls who are in love with theirself and flaunt it but the majority are insecure,” says one.Cara Delevingne Posts Protest Picture Of Her Boob (With Taped-Out Nipple)|Tom Sykes|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
School is a visually-competitive, weird, and cutting environment, and everyone is so insecure.
But President Putin, What if Every Man Who is Insecure About His Masculinity Invaded Crimea?
About the most insecure nest in our trees is that of the little social sparrow, or "chippie."Under the Maples|John Burroughs
The business was never so promising as it then appeared, yet it never had appeared so insecure.Sevenoaks|J. G. Holland
What was the value of privileges which must be held by a tenure at once so ignominious and so insecure?The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
He shook off the hand and heard French Janin slip and fall against an insecure wall.The Happy End|Joseph Hergesheimer
Well, they thought affairs in Mexico insecure, so they sold the poor woman's estate and carried her off to Texas.The Pillars of the House, Vol. I (of 2)|Charlotte M. Yonge
1640s, "unsafe," from Medieval Latin insecurus, from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + Latin securus (see secure). Psychological sense dates from 1935; insecurity in this sense dates from 1917. Related: Insecurely.