Those who feel mom was only sometimes or never available are insecurely attached.
The extra weight thus produced was partly responsible for the thinning of the insecurely founded south wall.
He was carrying, insecurely, a jug of poppy-head and camomile, which had been prescribed as a lotion.
Many of the stones rested so insecurely that the slightest pressure would send them rolling downward.
The cover at one end was insecurely fastened and was blown off.
My office was insecurely locked; any one might easily force an entrance, and a common key would open my door.
The door, insecurely shut, could not withstand the eighty-pound impact.
The manhole was of very large size and insecurely fastened, and was blown off.
But it kept as insecurely as skeleton in open cupboard; not a moment was the letter off his mind.
Either the gate had been insecurely fastened or else the latch had been broken.
insecure in·se·cure (ĭn'sĭ-kyur')
Lacking emotional stability; not well-adjusted.
Lacking self-confidence; plagued by anxiety.