(of a person) Not confident or assured; uncertain and anxious,
(of a person) Not confident or assured; uncertain and anxious
a top model who is notoriously insecure about her looks
a rather gauche, insecure young man
(of a thing) Not firm or set; unsafe
(of a job or position) From which removal or expulsion is always possible
Not firmly fixed; liable to give way or break
an insecure footbridge
Able to be broken into or illicitly accessed
an insecure computer system
not firm or firmly fixed; likely to fail or give way; "the hinge is insecure"
lacking in security or safety; "his fortune was increasingly insecure"; "an insecure future"
lacking self-confidence or assurance; "an insecure person lacking mental stability"
not safe from attack
(insecurely) in a tentative and self-conscious manner; "she always acts very insecurely in the presence of her father"
(insecureness) the state of being exposed to risk or anxiety
(insecurity) the state of being subject to danger or injury
(insecurity) the anxiety you experience when you feel vulnerable and insecure
Not secure; Not comfortable or confident in oneself or in certain situations
(INSECURITY) The state of not feeling or being safe. Lacking self-confidence; plagued by anxiety.
(INSECURITY) The major result of raising parrots with production ethics and little or no emphasis on early socialization is intense insecurity in many companion parrots.
(INSECURITY) uncertain, unsafe, fearful or jealous; resulting in putting others down to build up oneself; causing harsh judgment of others.
(Insecurity) Apprehensiveness and anxiousness evoked by the disruption or threatened disruption of an individual's relationship with a significant other or attachment figure (e.g., with a parent for the child). (See personality subtheory; psychological adjustment)