Definitions for insecurity
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word insecurity.
the state of being subject to danger or injury
the anxiety you experience when you feel vulnerable and insecure
A lack of security, uncertainty
The state of being subject to danger; vulnerability
Etymology: insecure (from Medieval Latin insecurus, itself from in- "not" + securus 'safe, certain') + -ity
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: in and security.
It may be easily perceived with what insecurity of truth we ascribe effects, depending upon the natural period of time, unto arbitrary calculations, and such as vary at pleasure. Brown.
The unreasonableness and presumption, the danger and desperate insecurity of those that have not so much as a thought, all their lives long, to advance so far as attrition and contrition, sorrow, and resolution of amendment. Henry Hammond.
the condition or quality of being insecure; want of safety; danger; hazard; as, the insecurity of a building liable to fire; insecurity of a debt
the state of feeling insecure; uncertainty; want of confidence
Etymology: [Pref. in- not + security : cf. LL. insecuritas, F. insecurite.]
The numerical value of insecurity in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of insecurity in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
Knowing your power is what creates humility. Not knowing your power is what creates insecurity.
Citizens suffered from the coronavirus and they all deserve to be rewarded for their pain and participation in preventive efforts, there is a need for the government to reserve as much financial power to brace for an economic shock with no end in sight and promptly respond to labour market insecurity and any potential corporate liquidity crisis.
Inequality, indebtedness, insecurity, (and) insufficient investment have been long-standing problems in the Palestinian occupied territories.
I dont look at it like a transgression at all, through that particular journey, I learned so much about myself and was able to really confront a lot of emotional immaturity [and] emotional insecurity.
I don’t think confidence has ever really been one of those things that came naturally for me, if people thought I was confident, it was really just the way I masked my insecurity, because I didn’t want people to really get to know the real me.
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Translations for insecurity
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- turvattomuus, epävarmuusFinnish
- onveiligheid, onzekerheid, kwestbaarheid, kwetsbaarheidDutch
- insegurança, periculosidadePortuguese
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