Definition of "unstably" [unstably]

  • In an unstable manner. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "unstably" in a sentence
  • "Highly charged and unstably-placed computer equipment strewn all over the house."
  • "The furniture creaks, and all at once my roommate and I are dashing along the tops of the precarious towers we have made, snatching everything we can reach from the wind and stuffing it into our pockets, leaning unstably out over the large empty space below, frantically balancing on the skyscrapers of beds and tables and wardrobes as they sway threateningly from side to side."
  • "HP: The 2009 Conditions of Children in Orange County report found that the county has 22,025 homeless or unstably housed children (K-12), a nearly 30 percent increase from the previous year."