feel uncertain

See: vacillate
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His musket bounced a trifle from his shoulder at each stride and made his cap feel uncertain upon his head.
These periods are often times of turmoil, when something is being lost and something different gained, and, typically, the individuals involved feel uncertain about what is ahead for them and whether their lives will become stable again.
Mr Hemingway said: "I know how challenging it can be as a small business to achieve your vision, to grow and achieve more when you feel uncertain about the next steps, but the answer is not to be afraid to seek advice and help.
Most fathers have never been in a delivery room before, and so you may feel uncertain about your job.
At Good Neighbor Pharmacy, we know that independent pharmacies feel uncertain in the new health care environment and are ready to transform their business," said Dave Neu, president of Good Neighbor Pharmacy and executive vice president of retail strategy at AmerisourceBergen.
Carol Iddon, from Action for said: "Young people across Newcastle have told us they don't feel employable, and feel uncertain, lack confidence and are not getting the support and advice they need.
Young people across Newcastle have told us they don't feel employable, and feel uncertain, lack confi-dence and are not getting the support and advice they need.
You feel uncertain about your future and there are long periods in and out of hospital.
Many Scots, and women in particular, say they feel uncertain what would happen if their country were to become independent.
Liv Fiksdahl of DNB said that failure in systems was a decisive factor in their choice of supplier as they did not want customers to feel uncertain about their banking services.
With so much information out there it can be easy to feel uncertain about what you need and where to go, but the hotline advisors are there to help you make the right decision.