undependability love



from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the trait of not being dependable or reliable


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  • There is real diversity in this village of some 300 people which encompasses 527 acres, but the level of quality and consistency is almost unmatched in Burgundy, a region whose wines sometimes remind me of British sports cars of the 1960s in their fickleness and undependability, although the wines are more predictable today than in years past.

    The Childhood Chums Keeping Volnay a Delight

  • And sure enough, my intrinsic undependability bursts forth: I can't shake the notion that gender wasn't an issue until the Clinton campaign MADE it an issue!

    Marc Kusnetz: Ephronology

  • Yes, the main problem with the bus system is the inconvenience factor for most car owners (in terms of lack of parking, undependability of service, and the fact that the trip usually takes longer than by car).

    Mall Expansion Approval Likely at cvillenews.com

  • The defense would certainly bring up the undependability of her memory.

    Without Pity

  • He tried to be fair to the temporary soldiers, but his experience with their undependability had led him to believe that the Army must be reorganized on a basis of long enlistment under sterner articles of war.


  • Since the onset of the world crisis of capitalism, the fragility, uncertainty, undependability and instability of life has infected one an all, from Scandinavia to Greece, from the UK to Russia, making the poor more desperate and the rich increasingly greedy.

    Dandelion Salad

  • On the other hand, if I am right that the undependability of marriage is one of the chief reasons that women delay marriage and childbearing so as to establish a career that is indisputably theirs (and therefore not endangered by marriage breakdown) and end up having fewer children than they might otherwise prefer to have, we have not got that balance between adult freedom, marriage and children right.pg. 272


  • But the whole world does not admire our moral emptiness, our hedonism, the stupidity with which we destroy our core institutions in the name of transient fads, our undependability, and the cowardice of those who vote for war and then undercut their own troops so they can appear "peace-loving" at election time.

    HERE, THERE AND BACK AGAIN - A Townhall.com user blog

  • George found, further, that the Governor of Virginia now had lost standing with the General and shared in Braddock’s eyes the undependability of the soldiers of the Old Dominion.



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