- n. Plural form of unpredictable.
“There are a lot of unknowns and uncertainties and a lot of -- a lot of unpredictables.”
“So much of the success of gaming depends on intangibles and unpredictables; there is no way you can put that in a box and sell it.”
“It makes the day pass so much faster, and even though I didn't want to admit to myself or anyone else how edgy and downright insecure I was about starting, as I'm getting to know the teachers and the staff and to predict all the unpredictables, its getting easier every time.”
“There are intangibles and unpredictables, as well.”
“A lot of uncontrollables, unpredictables, a lot of issues.”
“Perhaps in simpler times it was true, but no modern industrial deathkulture can really afford a population of unpredictables.”
“There are, of course - and Bob Rose has been saying this on the live chat still going on (see the home page) - a lot of unpredictables about all hurricanes, including this one.”
“He learns early enough that the pitches, the umpires and even the weather are the unpredictables; that these are all part of life.”
“Will the consistents trump the flair, or will the unpredictables rise to the occasion once more?”
“Consistency vs Unpredictability" led SP to comment that the perfect final would be Sri Lanka vs Pakistan as that would pit the the role models of consistency against the unpredictables.”
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