from The Century Dictionary.
- To revoke or retract prediction.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To retract or falsify a previous prediction.
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- verb transitive To
retractor falsifya previous prediction.
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The shadow-hinge swings unpredict - ably and the light's blanked out. '
"Our greatest weakness since Humans have allied themselves with the Weave has been our repeated under-estimation of their abilities, in tandem with an unpredict-ability which verges on madness."
He also recognizes the importance in history of sheer chance: "It is possible for the fortunes of events to develop just as unpredict - ably (ἀμαθω̂ς) as the designs of men" (1.140.1).
It may denote any type of acausal (accidental, contin - gent, indeterministic) behavior of physical processes, usually in the realm of microphenomena, implying thereby a total or partial breakdown of the principle of causality; (b) it may denote any type of unpredict - able behavior of such processes without necessarily involving a renunciation of metaphysical causality; (c) it may denote an essential limitation or imprecision of measurement procedures for reasons to be specified by