verb (used with object), un·stead·ied, un·stead·y·ing.
Related formsun·stead·i·ly, adverbun·stead·i·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unsteadiness
It seemed fast set in the boards, and gave no sound of hollowness or symptom of unsteadiness when I tried it.Kilgorman|Talbot Baines Reed
And he laughed aloud, a laugh of utter confidence in spite of all its unsteadiness.Once to Every Man|Larry Evans
Then concern for his own pain was lost in sudden concern for the unsteadiness of her position.
His voice had an unsteadiness that his conviction of the destruction that they were rushing upon had not given it.
It manifests itself by halting or unsteadiness of one of the legs, which the patient draws after him like an ideot.Life of Johnson|James Boswell