Synonyms of shaky in English:

shaky


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adjective

1‘she walked over to him on shaky legs’

SYNONYMS
trembling, shaking, tremulous, quivering, quivery, unsteady, wobbly, weak
quavery
informal trembly
ANTONYMS

steady

2‘he levered himself to his feet and took a few shaky steps’

SYNONYMS
faltering, unsteady, uncertain, tentative, wobbly, wobbling, tottering, tottery, teetering, doddering, doddery, shaking, staggering

3‘I still feel a bit shaky’

SYNONYMS
faint, dizzy, light-headed, giddy
weak, weak-kneed, weak at the knees, wobbly, quivery, unsteady, groggy, muzzy
informal trembly, all of a tremble, all of a quiver, with rubbery legs, woozy
rare vertiginous

4‘a room furnished with two iron beds and a shaky table’

SYNONYMS
unsteady, unstable, wobbly, precarious, rocky, rickety, flimsy, frail
decrepit, ramshackle, dilapidated, on its last legs
informal teetery
British informal wonky, dicky
ANTONYMS

stable

5‘the evidence against him is distinctly shaky’

SYNONYMS
unreliable, untrustworthy, questionable, dubious, doubtful, tenuous, suspect, unsubstantial, flimsy, weak, nebulous, unsound, undependable, unsupported, unsubstantiated, ungrounded, unfounded
informal iffy
British informal dodgy
ANTONYMS

sound, strong