Synonyms for unstable
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having a strong tendency to change
fluctuating; not constant
Radioactive, especially with a short half-life
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Uncertain is applied to things that human knowledge can not certainly determine or that human power can not certainly control; precarious originally meant dependent on the will of another, and now, by extension of meaning, dependent on chance or hazard, with manifest unfavorable possibility verging toward probability; as, one holds office by a precarious tenure, or land by a precarious title; the strong man's hold on life is uncertain, the invalid's is precarious.
lacking stability or fixity or firmness
"unstable political conditions"; "the tower proved to be unstable in the high wind"; "an unstable world economy"
highly or violently reactive
"sensitive and highly unstable compounds"
affording no ease or reassurance
"a precarious truce"
mentally ill, unsound, unstableadjective
suffering from severe mental illness
"of unsound mind"
disposed to psychological variability
"his rather unstable religious convictions"
subject to change; variable
"a fluid situation fraught with uncertainty"; "everything was unstable following the coup"
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As the first woman to serve as America's top diplomat, Madeleine's courage and toughness helped bring peace to the Balkans and paved the way for progress in some of the most unstable corners of the world.
When they won the Cold War, the US declared themselves God's own representatives on earth, people who have no responsibilities -- only interests. They have declared those interests sacred. Now Cold War's one-way traffic, which makes the world unstable.
I was very unstable. I wasn’t thinking right. So I hooked up with these guys and all of a sudden I’m a stick-up artist. I stuck up every nightclub in New York, i’m no angel.
The experts that weve spoken to have said it is unsafe for us to go on that island. The island is unstable, the physical environment is unsafe for us to return to the island, it is important that we consider the health and safety of those that will return to the island.
The implications of unmitigated climate change for the UAE make its cities unbearably hot, water even more scarce and the region more unstable, action alone and collectively to live in balance with the planet is fundamental for UAE's future prosperity.
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- inestableCatalan, Valencian
- inestábel, inestableGalician
- ცვალებადი, არამყარიGeorgian
- instabil, variabil, inconstantRomanian
- غیر مستحکمUrdu
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