unsteadiness


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Synonyms for unsteadiness

the quality or condition of being physically unsteady

the quality or condition of being erratic and undependable

Synonyms for unsteadiness

the quality of not being steady or securely fixed in place

the quality of being unsteady--varying and unpredictable

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Ramey, celebrating the 30th anniversary of his HGO debut, acted regally and sang with strong, noble, easily wide-ranging tone, marred only by unsteadiness.
During our evaluation, the patient complained of a right-sided hearing loss, high-pitched right tinnitus, unsteadiness, constant generalized headache, and right mastoid ache.
However, the doctor told the court the general suffered from a loss of short-term memory, unsteadiness on his feet, and fuzzy speech.
Other symptoms depend on the precise site of the tumour but can include disturbed vision, unsteadiness, slurred speech, confusion and personality changes.
The Agriculture Department carefully monitors cattle that might be infected, conducting biopsies of cows that show symptoms like staggering or unsteadiness, Howard said.
Migraine with aura is a condition where patients experience warning symptoms including visual phenomena, numbness, prodrome (pre-headache), weakness and unsteadiness that precede the onset of a migraine headache.
Symptoms vary depending on which part of the brain is affected and may include loss of vision; slurred speech; difficulty finding the right words; problems understanding what other people are saying; numbness or weakness on one side of the body; weakness or paralysis on one side of the body, affecting one or both limbs; feelings of unsteadiness and general loss of balance.
Beheiry stated political unsteadiness has not discouraged the bank from focusing on the Egyptian market and it has amplified its local branches from 16 to nearly 50.
It is especially helpful if you have an illness that causes joint pain, as it helps overcome stiffness and unsteadiness, and it can also make it easier for you to get out and about without needing to have someone with you.
Grant Goodwin, 30, from Hamilton in Lanarkshire, died in January after experiencing personality change, memory loss, unsteadiness and visual hallucinations.
The fall was caused by a combination of Mr Thurman's drink problem and unsteadiness on his feet due to previous operations to amputate his toes, the inquest heard.
There is not much to say about his Mephistopheles beyond his wit, panache and fine singing, despite a flicker of unsteadiness now and then.
They thought Llinos was suffering from Late Infantile Batten's Disease when she stopped developing normally, suffering from unsteadiness, blurred vision and became physically disabled.
9] When patients remain refractory to medical management, surgery becomes the best option to relieve the disabling symptoms of vertigo and unsteadiness.
Within weeks, other symptoms appear - a vague unsteadiness and difficulty in walking, slurring and slowing of speech.