Definition of Insecureness

1. Noun. The state of being exposed to risk or anxiety.

Generic synonyms: Insecurity
Derivative terms: Insecure, Insecure, Insecure
Antonyms: Secureness



Definition of Insecureness

1. n. Insecurity.

Definition of Insecureness

1. Noun. insecurity ¹

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Definition of Insecureness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insecureness

insectoid
insectoids
insectologer
insectologers
insectologic
insectological
insectologist
insectologists
insectology
insectophobia
insectproof
insects
insecty
insecure
insecurely
insecureness (current term)
insecurenesses
insecurities
insecurity
insecution
inseducible
insee
inseem
inseemed
inseeming
inseems
inselberg
inselberge
inselbergs
inseminable

Literary usage of Insecureness

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1. Mixed Essays, Irish Essays and Others: Irish Essays and Others by Matthew Arnold (1883)
"And yet, at the same time, what strikes one fully as much as all this, is the insecureness of the Liberals' hold upon office and upon public favour; ..."

2. The Law of Torts by John Frederic Clerk, William Harry Barber Lindsell (1906)
"... lamp overhanging the footway, and in consequence of the insecureness of the fastening the lamp fell and did damage, the owner was held responsible (c). ..."

3. Irish Essays: And Others by Matthew Arnold (1891)
"And yet, at the same time, what strikes one fully as much as all this, is the insecureness of the Liberals' hold upon office and upon public favour; ..."

4. Canadian Edition of the Law of Tortsby John Frederic Clerk, William Harry Barber Lindsell, Wyatt Paine, Alfred Taylour Hunter by John Frederic Clerk, William Harry Barber Lindsell, Wyatt Paine, Alfred Taylour Hunter (1908)
"... lamp overhanging the footway, and in consequence of the insecureness of the fastening the lamp fell M'i did damage, the owner was held responsible (c). ..."

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