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Subject to chance or unknown conditions:
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  1. Subject to chance or unknown conditions:
  2. Based on uncertain, unwarranted, or unproved premises:
  3. Dangerously lacking in security or stability:
Dangerously lacking in security or stability:
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  1. Dangerously lacking in security or stability:
  2. Subject to chance or unknown conditions:
  3. Based on uncertain, unwarranted, or unproved premises:
Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
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  1. Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
  2. (Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
  3. Having no fixed course or purpose; irregular; random; wandering
Not firmly placed; unsteady:
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  1. Not firmly placed; unsteady:
  2. Not fixed, firm, or steady; easily upset or unbalanced
  3. Having a strong tendency to change.
Having a form that suggests wiggling; wavy
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  1. Having a form that suggests wiggling; wavy
  2. (Of a line) Made up of many curves
  3. Constantly moving, especially with small, undirected movements.
  1. Nervous; Anxious.
  2. Not firm, substantial, or secure; weak, unsound, or unsteady
  3. Open to question or doubt:
Guilty of or characterized by betrayal of confidence or trust; perfidious.
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  1. Guilty of or characterized by betrayal of confidence or trust; perfidious.
  2. Deceitful; inclined to betray.
  3. Characterized by unforeseen or hidden hazards; dangerous or deceptive:
Erratic or unstable
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  1. Erratic or unstable
  2. Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
  3. Not treating all sides with due importance:
(Of an organization) having an excessive number of administrators or managers
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  1. (Of an organization) having an excessive number of administrators or managers
  2. Likely to topple because of an uneven distribution of weight, with the majority being at the top.
  3. So heavy at the top relative to the base as to be likely to fall over or collapse
Loose and rickety; likely to fall to pieces; shaky
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  1. Loose and rickety; likely to fall to pieces; shaky
  2. 2012 September 7, Dominic Fifield, “England start World Cup campaign with five-goal romp against Moldova", The Guardian:
  3. So poorly constructed or kept up that disintegration is likely; rickety:
Turning or circling around very rapidly; whirling
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  1. Turning or circling around very rapidly; whirling
  2. Feeling dizzy or unsteady
  3. Causing or capable of causing dizziness:
(Informal) crowded with people
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  1. (Informal) crowded with people
Dangerously lacking in security or stability:
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  1. Dangerously lacking in security or stability:
  2. Based on uncertain, unwarranted, or unproved premises:
  3. Subject to chance or unknown conditions:
Not definite or determined; vague
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  1. Not definite or determined; vague
  2. Not determined; undecided:
  3. Subject to change; variable:
Being such that alteration is possible:
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  1. Being such that alteration is possible:
  2. Subject to sudden or frequent changes.
  3. That can change or be changed; likely or tending to change; variable; alterable; fickle
Wavering or tending to waver in motion, opinion, etc.
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  1. Wavering or tending to waver in motion, opinion, etc.
  2. Liable to vacillate; wavering, irresolute.
(Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
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  1. (Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
  2. Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
  3. Having no fixed course or purpose; irregular; random; wandering
A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
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  1. A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
  2. Designating or involving an interest rate, as on a mortgage loan, that varies over time according to some predetermined formula
  3. Likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable.
Not determined; undecided:
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  1. Not determined; undecided:
  2. Not known for certain; questionable.
  3. Subject to change; variable:
Not fixated or fixed; moving or changing freely
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  1. Not fixated or fixed; moving or changing freely
Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
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  1. Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
  2. Characterized by or resulting from caprice, inconsistency in feeling or purpose, a whim, or an unpredictable or impulsive behavior. See also arbitrary.
  3. Subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason; erratic; flighty
(Computers) Of or relating to memory whose data is erased when the memory's power is interrupted.
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  1. (Computers) Of or relating to memory whose data is erased when the memory's power is interrupted.
  2. Tending to vary often or widely, as in price:
  3. Changing easily from liquid to vapor at normal temperatures and pressures. Essential oils used in perfumes are highly volatile.
  1. Not reliable.
  2. Marked by or exhibiting a lack of reliability.
Hard to deal with, complicated
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  1. Hard to deal with, complicated
  2. Requiring caution or skill:
  3. Given to or characterized by trickery; deceitful
(Informal) Having or showing a tricky or deceitful nature; evasive
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  1. (Informal) Having or showing a tricky or deceitful nature; evasive
  2. Having, displaying, or suggestive of deceitful character; evasive or untrustworthy.
  3. Distinguished by frequent changes in direction:
  1. Nervous; Anxious.
  2. Not dependable or reliable; questionable
  3. Open to question or doubt:
(Slang) Foolish; silly:
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  1. (Slang) Foolish; silly:
  2. Characterized by jerks or jerking:
  3. Characterized or moving by jerks; making sudden starts and stops or spasmodic movements
Likely to break or fall apart; shaky.
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  1. Likely to break or fall apart; shaky.
  2. Weak in the joints; tottering
  3. Liable to collapse or break down because weak or unsteady
  1. Nervous; Anxious.
  2. Open to question or doubt:
  3. Not firm, substantial, or secure; weak, unsound, or unsteady
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  1. Having a strong tendency to change.
  2. Not firmly placed; unsteady:
  3. Not stable
Tending to wobble; unsteady.
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  1. Tending to wobble; unsteady.
  2. Inclined to wobble; shaky
Weak in body or mind, especially from old age or disease.
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  1. Weak in body or mind, especially from old age or disease.
  2. Not stable, firm, or sound; frail; shaky, as a structure
  3. Not strong or stable; shaky:
Not comfortable or confident in oneself or in certain situations.
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  1. Not comfortable or confident in oneself or in certain situations.
  2. Not firm or fixed; unsteady:
  3. Lacking stability; troubled:
  1. Nervous; Anxious.
  2. Open to question or doubt:
  3. Not firm, substantial, or secure; weak, unsound, or unsteady
Relating to an atom or chemical element that is likely to share electrons; reactive.
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  1. Relating to an atom or chemical element that is likely to share electrons; reactive.
  2. Not fixed, firm, or steady; easily upset or unbalanced
  3. Having a strong tendency to change.
Uncertain of the facts.
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  1. Uncertain of the facts.
  2. Uncertain
  3. Precarious; unstable; unreliable.
Lacking firmness of character or strength of will:
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  1. Lacking firmness of character or strength of will:
  2. Lacking aptitude or skill:
  3. Lacking persuasiveness; unconvincing:
Tending to wobble; unsteady.
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  1. Tending to wobble; unsteady.
  2. Inclined to wobble; shaky
Capable of being changed, changeable, mutable
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That can change or be changed; likely or tending to change; variable; alterable; fickle
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  1. That can change or be changed; likely or tending to change; variable; alterable; fickle
  2. Subject to sudden or frequent changes.
  3. Varying in color or appearance when seen from different angles:
Available for investment
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  1. Available for investment
  2. Changing or tending to change; variable:
  3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a fluid.
Not constant; changeable
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  1. Not constant; changeable
  2. Not uniform in nature, value, etc.; irregular; variable
  3. Changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason.
Tending to undergo genetic mutation:
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  1. Tending to undergo genetic mutation:
  2. Prone to frequent change; inconstant:
  3. Capable of or subject to change or alteration.
Not stable or fixed; changeable; uncertain
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  1. Not stable or fixed; changeable; uncertain
  2. Likely to change or vary; variable:
  3. Uncertain or doubtful:
(Physics) Decaying with relatively short lifetime. Used of subatomic particles.
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  1. (Physics) Decaying with relatively short lifetime. Used of subatomic particles.
  2. Relating to a chemical compound that readily decomposes or changes into other compounds or into elements.
  3. Liable to undergo spontaneous decay into some other form. For example, the nucleus of uranium 238 atom is unstable and changes by radioactive decay into the nucleus of thorium 234, a lighter element. Many subatomic particles, such as muons and neutrons, are unstable and decay quickly into other particles.
That can be changed or varied
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  1. That can be changed or varied
  2. A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
  3. Likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable.
Having or exhibiting variation; varying:
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  1. Having or exhibiting variation; varying:
  2. Differing from others of the same kind or from a standard:
  3. Varying; different; esp., different in some way from others of the same kind or class, or from some standard or type
Being more than one; several:
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  1. Being more than one; several:
  2. Of diverse kinds:
  3. Unlike; different:
Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
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  1. Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
  2. Characterized by or resulting from caprice, inconsistency in feeling or purpose, a whim, or an unpredictable or impulsive behavior. See also arbitrary.
  3. Subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason; erratic; flighty
Being such that alteration is possible:
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  1. Being such that alteration is possible:
  2. Subject to sudden or frequent changes.
  3. That can change or be changed; likely or tending to change; variable; alterable; fickle
Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
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  1. Existing in or constructed from fantasy; of or relating to fantasy; fanciful.
  2. Strange or fanciful in form, conception, or appearance:
  3. Wonderful; marvelous; excellent; extraordinarily good or great (used especially as an intensifier).
Changeable or unstable in affection, interest, loyalty, etc.; capricious
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  1. Changeable or unstable in affection, interest, loyalty, etc.; capricious
  2. Characterized by erratic changeableness or instability, especially with regard to affections or attachments; capricious.
  3. Quick to change one’s opinion or allegiance; insincere; not loyal or reliable.
Full of or characterized by freaks; whimsical; capricious
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  1. Full of or characterized by freaks; whimsical; capricious
  2. Having the nature of a freak; odd; peculiar
  3. Strange, unusual, abnormal or bizarre
Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
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  1. Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
  2. Not always holding to the same principles or practice; changeable
  3. Lacking in correct logical relation; contradictory:
Not constant; changeable
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  1. Not constant; changeable
  2. Not uniform in nature, value, etc.; irregular; variable
  3. Changing or varying, especially often and without discernible pattern or reason.
Having qualities attributed to the god Mercury or supposedly influenced by the planet Mercury; eloquent, clever, shrewd, thievish, etc.
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  1. Having qualities attributed to the god Mercury or supposedly influenced by the planet Mercury; eloquent, clever, shrewd, thievish, etc.
  2. Caused by the action or use of mercury
  3. Having qualities suggestive of mercury; quick, quick-witted, volatile, changeable, fickle, etc.
Likely to perform unpredictably; undependable:
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  1. Likely to perform unpredictably; undependable:
  2. Having an excitable temperament; easily upset
  3. Relating to or caused by temperament:
Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
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  1. Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
  2. Needing careful handling; precarious; delicate
  3. Requiring skillful or tactful handling; delicate:
Not determined; undecided:
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  1. Not determined; undecided:
  2. Not definite or determined; vague
  3. Subject to change; variable:
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  1. Unable to be predicted.
  2. Difficult to foretell or foresee:
Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
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  1. Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
  2. Having a strong tendency to change.
  3. Changeable; variable; fluctuating
Designating or involving an interest rate, as on a mortgage loan, that varies over time according to some predetermined formula
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  1. Designating or involving an interest rate, as on a mortgage loan, that varies over time according to some predetermined formula
  2. A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
  3. Likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable.
(Computers) Of or relating to memory whose data is erased when the memory's power is interrupted.
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  1. (Computers) Of or relating to memory whose data is erased when the memory's power is interrupted.
  2. Tending to vary often or widely, as in price:
  3. Changing easily from liquid to vapor at normal temperatures and pressures. Essential oils used in perfumes are highly volatile.
Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
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  1. Full of or characterized by whimsy; quaintly, playfully, or gently humorous
  2. Given to whimsy; capricious; odd; peculiar; playful; light-hearted or amusing.
  3. Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
(Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
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  1. (Geol.) Designating a boulder or rock formation transported some distance from its original source, as by a glacier
  2. Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
  3. Having no fixed course or purpose; irregular; random; wandering
Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
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  1. Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
  2. (Mathematics) Not solvable for the unknowns by the same set of values. Used of two or more equations or inequalities.
  3. Lacking in correct logical relation; contradictory:
Giving the effect of patches; not consistent or uniform in quality; irregular
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  1. Giving the effect of patches; not consistent or uniform in quality; irregular
  2. Full of, or covered with, patches; abounding in patches.
  3. Not constant or continuous; intermittent or uneven.
Not uniform or consistent; irregular, as in quality; uneven
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  1. Not uniform or consistent; irregular, as in quality; uneven
  2. Of inconsistent quality
  3. Having, occurring in, or marked with spots
Not level, smooth, or flat; rough; irregular
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  1. Not level, smooth, or flat; rough; irregular
  2. Not uniform; varying; fluctuating
  3. Having ill-matched opponents:
A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
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  1. A factor or condition that is subject to change, especially one that is allowed to change in a scientific experiment to test a hypothesis.
  2. Designating or involving an interest rate, as on a mortgage loan, that varies over time according to some predetermined formula
  3. Likely to change or vary; subject to variation; changeable.
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