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shaky

adjective
     
shak‧y
1 weak and unsteady because of old age, illness, or shock:
a shaky voice
Grandad was a little shaky on his feet (=not able to walk very well).
2 not sure about the exact details of something, or not likely to be completely right:
My knowledge of history is a little shaky.
shaky evidence
3 not firm or steady:
shaky foundations
shakily adverb
shakiness noun [uncountable]

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