from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Exhibiting instability; unstable
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not stable; not standing fast or firm; unstable; prone to change or recede from a purpose; mutable; inconstant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not stable; unstable.
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Eventually, the phone company assessed that the line was "instable" and sent a man to have a look at it.
I'm running the last "instable" version of Debian KDE 4.1 ... reply to this goto page: prev
Gee, when you're counting on a country whose government is as instable as the one you're fighting a war in, I'd say you're doomed to fail.
I see some killers that are instable in the first place and get pushed over the edge by mitigating factors such as religion, politics, and personal beliefs.
The poor countries with a horrible instable political sytstem and a very uneducated population are the ones where politicians popularity is the least correlated with a match in political leaning.
Their names read probably like a Who is Who of instable American corporate and political power.
If anything the fact that the USL is instable should be a reason to celebrate our rise to MLS.
Are you not careful with your words or do you really believe that the climate would become instable with more CO2?
Even as it has an important message about the cost and consequences of the Military-Industrial Complex running hog wild and the instable third world that provides a endless canvas for the unfolding of human tragedy, the movie itself has more than sufficient dollops of humor, humanity and sheer entertainment to make it a movie well worth your time even without a sprained ankle.
Everything that language captures seems equally valuable and equally instable.
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