Not safe from danger
Not prevalent or effective, or not felt to be prevalent; not potent; feeble.
Falter is defined as to move in an uncertain way or to hesitate in word or action.
To move or stand unsteadily, as if under a great weight; totter.
The definition of precarious is something dependent on forces or circumstances outside one's control.
Weak in the joints; tottering
Nervous or jittery
Characterized by uncertain or inadequate response to treatment and the potential for unfavorable outcome, as the status of a medical condition or disease.
Tending to wobble; unsteady.
Capable of being changed or adjusted to meet particular or varied needs:
To walk heavily and clumsily with a pronounced sway.
To move in a feeble, unsteady manner.
To walk leisurely; stroll.
To change back and forth from one condition or situation to another:
To be close to or in danger of failure or ruin:
(Intransitive) To stop or pause respecting decision or action; to be in suspense or uncertainty as to a determination.
To tremble or quaver in sound, as of the voice or a musical note.
Wobble is defined as to move or cause to move in an unsteady way, to have your voice quiver, or to be unable to commit to a course of action.
(Ergative) To utter copiously, especially with sounding words; to utter with a deep sound; ""” often with forth, or out.
To introduce (another element) into a complex whole; work in:
(Intransitive) To fall over or stumble over an object as a result of striking it with one's foot.
To fall or break down; collapse
To shake involuntarily, as from excitement or anger; quake.
To roll, pitch, or sway suddenly forward or to one side
To brandish or wave, especially in anger:
To sway to and fro; waver; totter; stagger
To arrange into curves, curls, or undulations:
To stir the emotions:
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