from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking confidence.
- adj. Uncertain of the facts.
- adj. Precarious; unstable; unreliable.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. uncertain of the facts
- adj. unstable or precarious
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sure; not fixed; not certain.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking self-confidence
- adj. lacking or indicating lack of confidence or assurance
I remain unsure why you are in such denial about this, as you have been banned from most active food-related websites on the internet.
Sounds like a good plan BUT I am unsure from the articles and the thread, if you need to be a Mexican national, not an FM-3 or FM-2 holder, to import a car permanently. tashby
He's surely a romantic figure, good-looking and, as he says, "sweet," but he's also unfathomable, unable to express himself in English, unsure of his status on the team or, more crucially, in the larger franchise.
Facebook 'unsure' about ownership contract - A lawyer for Facebook said she was "unsure" whether company founder Mark Zuckerberg signed a contract that purportedly entitles a New York man to 84 per cent of the world's biggest social-networking service.
So, the future is unsure, which is something the couple didn't want for their daughter.
Moreover, a lawyer for Facebook, Lisa Simpson, said she was "unsure" whether Zuckerberg had signed the contract Ceglia claims that he did.
Moreover, a lawyer for Facebook, Lisa Simpson, said she was "unsure" whether Zuckerberg had signed the contract Ceglia claims that he did. âWhether he signed this piece of paper, weâre unsure at this moment, â Simpson told the US District Judge Richard Arcara.
Billy R. Owens, the newly hired chief financial officer of Jackson's organizations (at a reported annual salary of $137,000), explained to the Chicago Tribune that he was "unsure" why Stanford and the others were not listed and that the returns would "probably" have to be amended to reflect the truth of the matter.
For every story about her being "unsure", there are 4 or 5 claiming that the vetting is proceeding nicely, that the teams are working well together, and that both sides are very interested in Hillary being SoS.
I'm unsure which is more upsetting to me: being excluded from a public event that I had every right as an American to attend, or learning that a federal judge has rubber-stamped the repressive policies of this president and his administration.