Origin of confident
Examples from the Web for unconfident
The other end of the same phenomenon is you miss the first throw, you get unconfident, and you miss the second one as well.Jeremy Lin and the New York Knicks: The Science Behind Winning|Clark Merrefield|February 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It's only the weak and unconfident that are threatened by such things.
Her standards of right and wrong were shaken; the wholesale assaults on her ideals left her shocked and unconfident.The City of Delight|Elizabeth Miller
British Dictionary definitions for unconfident
Word Origin for confident
Word Origin and History for unconfident
1570s, "self-reliant, sure of oneself," from Middle French confident, from Latin confidentem (nominative confidens) "firmly trusting, reliant, self-confident, bold, daring," present participle of confidere (see confidence). Related: Confidently.