Adjective(1) not firm or firmly fixed; likely to fail or give way(2) lacking in security or safety(3) lacking self-confidence or assurance(4) not safe from attack
(1) Everything that is happening out there says, people are insecure and uncertain about what's ahead.(2) It must be brought in before the Olympics to protect those in this insecure accommodation.(3) The gang of three or four raiders got into the house through an insecure back door between 8pm and 8.20 pm on Saturday night.(4) Many of these children become aligned with only one parent so they become less anxious and insecure .(5) Perhaps I am feeling anxious and insecure , unappreciated, frustrated, and unable to take care of things and people that matter to me.(6) His answers were not satisfactory, and it appeared that he may well have been referring, not to the hazard lights, but to an internal warning light telling him that there was an open or insecure door.(7) Yet the attack has made such an impact on the anxious and insecure Western elites that there is serious talk of it causing an economic recession.(8) The door had been left insecure as she was expecting her home help to call.(9) Just look at Microsoft's buggy, insecure personal computer operating systems over the years.(10) Each time the intruders have got in through insecure windows and doors.(11) During the last two years my parents' insistence on an arranged marriage, to a Pakistani Muslim girl, has made me feel increasingly insecure and anxious.(12) A spokesman for West Yorrkshire police said an insecure back door of the the semi-derelict house had been forced and they were treating the attack as a burglary with racial overtones.(13) Computers and storage systems that are physically insecure pose a difficult challenge to enterprises as well.(14) They appear anxious, insecure , cautious, sensitive and quiet, and often react by crying and withdrawing.(15) Acting Sergeant Paul Evans from Skipton Police said that residents needed to be mindful about leaving their doors and windows open or insecure in the warm weather.(16) I feel: insecure , confused, uncertain, jealous, stupid, useless, used, saddened, frustrated, and so on.
(1) insecure :: usikker
1. unconfident ::
2. unstable ::
3. unsafe ::
1. taut ::
2. tense ::
3. tight ::
Different Formsinsecure, insecurely
Word Example from TV Shows
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...that makes you a little INSECURE.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 6
Look, Sheldon, sweetie,
I know you're feeling INSECURE...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 13
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 13
that goes around biting
when she feels INSECURE.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 8
Look, your whole sweet,
INSECURE thing is cute,
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 3
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