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Synonyms for shaky

inclined to shake as from weakness or defect

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vibrating slightly and irregularly

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not secure

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Yet following the breakthrough of Hot Dog, within a year Shaky was looking down on the charts from top spot thanks to This Ole House.
The announcement comes just days after Shaky, as he is known to millions, released his critically acclaimed 12th studio album Echoes Of Our Times.
Shaky, the youngest of 13 children who grew up in a three-bedroomed house in Ely in Cardiff, said he had little idea about his family history but was intrigued to discover his roots.
So it could barely have been a more appropriate day to say a fond farewell to Shaky - the Redcar rock'n'roller who could always be guaranteed to bring a smile to your face.
A shaky start for the new salon Meanwhile, Belinda and Stacey prepare for the opening of their new salon, Elysium, but things get off to a rather shaky start.
He had to hold on to it and he became a little bit shaky.
Shaky Foundations: The Politics-Patronage-Social Science Nexus in Cold War America.
Since the Arab Spring overthrow of its long-time dictator Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, Libya has been torn apart by warring factions vying for control of a shaky interim government.
A QUARTER of children have such a shaky knowledge of fish that they think haddock is the name of a Premier League footballer, research by Asda reveals.
Global Banking News-December 23, 2014--Bank of England says confidence in banking system still shaky
VIENNA, Dhu-AlQa'dah 13, 1435, September 08, 2014, SPA -- The ceasefire in Ukraine has largely held but remains shaky, a senior official of European security watchdog the OSCE said on Monday, according to Reuters.
Of course, bearing a strong resemblance to a robbery suspect is a little shaky for an arrest, and really shaky for a conviction.
Ois is the Midland music shop where you can pick up an Egyptianstyle lute dating back to the Book of Genesis - and a shaky egg
Calling Israel "the roguish, filthy, rabid dog of the region," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the (Israeli) Zionist regime is a regime whose pillars are extremely shaky and is doomed to collapse.