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Spell check of unsure

Correct spelling: unsure

unclear, irresponsible, vague, spineless, precarious, indeterminate, undetermined, certain, confused, shy, dillydallying, flitting, mistrustful, unsteady, arguable, volatile, disbelieving, undecided, chancy, faint, indecisive, hesitant, trustless, strong, groping, tentative, moot, deniable, bewildered, distrustful, shilly-shally, unconvinced, erratic, distrusting, timid, problematical, inconclusive, dubitable, tottering, skeptical, unwilling, tottery, yellow, clear, shifty, fickle, faint-hearted, hinky, vacillating, iffy, doubting, suspicious, unsealed, ambiguous, unconfident, contestable, double-minded, clouded, uncertain, irresolute, mysterious, open, infirm, impulsive, borderline, wary, watery, unsettled, halfhearted, questionable, problematic, unsafe, change, questioning, sceptical, disputable, dubious, fly-by-night, capricious, weak, debatable, changeable, cynical, diffident, wobbly, insipid, shaky, indefinite, undependable, inconsistent, controversial, ambivalent, unresolved, equivocal, doubtful, insecure, unstable, incertain, shrinking, fainthearted.

confident, self-assured, determined, positive, sanguine, sure, assured, decisive, certain, convinced, resolute.

Examples of usage:

1) The blanket slipped from him as he arose to his feet; his legs were still cramped and stiffened; he felt clumsy and unsure. - "Ashton-Kirk, Investigator", John T. McIntyre.

2) Sven Zetterberg was not a man to be dominated, to be made unsure. - "Border, Breed Nor Birth", Dallas McCord Reynolds.

3) And, presently, when the instrument was made right, she called into the night the name of that man within the book; and so it came about that I had hoped too much; yet even now was I strangely unsure whether to cease from hoping. - "The Night Land", William Hope Hodgson.