Antonym: security. Similar words: security, obscurity, secure, insect, consecutive, in secret, insecticide, purity. Meaning: [‚ɪnsɪkjʊrətɪ /-kjʊər-] n. 1. the state of being subject to danger or injury 2. the anxiety you experience when you feel vulnerable and insecure.
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1. You're projecting your insecurity onto me.
2. Aggression is often a camouflage for insecurity.
3. She is assailed by self-doubt and emotional insecurity.
4. They trade on people's insecurity to sell them insurance.
5. Crime creates feelings of insecurity in the population.
6. Job insecurity is making presenteeism increasingly common.
7. His flippancy conceals a deep insecurity.
8. She is always assailed by self-doubt and emotional insecurity.
9. Psychotherapy helped him to shed some of his insecurity/inhibitions.
10. Her sarcasm is a mask for her insecurity.
11. He was tormented by feelings of insecurity.
12. The prime minister spoke of the general insecurity in the country.
13. Many believe it was his shyness and insecurity which let him down.
14. The strains arising from insecurity can often precipitate collapse.
15. The first, most deadly factor[Sentencedict.com], is insecurity.
16. What it all comes down to is your incredible insecurity.
17. He did not want to expose his fears and insecurity to anyone.
18. His need to be liked obviously springs from a deep-rooted insecurity.
19. Conceit,in many cases, describes a state of serious emotional insecurity.
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20. I was suddenly seized by/with a feeling of great insecurity and loneliness.
21. Linda's aggressiveness is just a compensation for her feelings of insecurity.
22. Student teachers often suffer from a great sense of insecurity.
23. The children grew up in an atmosphere of violence and insecurity.
24. What lies at the root of his troubles is a sense of insecurity.
25. They have seen crime rates and their feelings of physical insecurity rise, and their overall quality of life plummet.
26. Now, other politicians on the campaign trail and on Capitol Hill are scrambling to get on the economic insecurity bandwagon.
27. Walker had been consuming news space like a movie star in a fever of insecurity.
28. This attitude was firmly grounded in the belief that the insecurity of the competitive model was essential for efficiency.
29. A writer in the Berliner Zeitung said the authorities' failure to respond to complaints had created a feeling of insecurity.
30. A victim never fully recovers from the feeling of insecurity.
More similar words: security, obscurity, secure, insect, consecutive, in secret, insecticide, purity, curiosity, secular, recur, persecute, curio, prosecute, prosecutor, sinecure, curious, prosecution, precursor, recurrent, mercurial, rinse, puritan, insert, in season, in search of, insensible, insensibly, fecundity, asperity.