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- n. The quality of being unpredictable.
- n. Something which is unpredictable.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the trait of being unpredictably irresolute
- n. the quality of being guided by sudden unpredictable impulses
- n. lacking predictability
CHANCE: You might know that the -- the head of Ikea Russia recently suspended future investments in Russia because of what he called the unpredictability of administrative processes here.
Which, along with a certain degree of unpredictability, is why he's not on the Supreme Court, even though most lawyers would rank him as at least one of the most brilliant legal scholars of his generation.
That unpredictability is part of the allure of this series.
Vick's unpredictability is what makes him most dangerous.
That unpredictability is what makes her a great villain.
In such a view, nature's unpredictability is effaced within a mechanistic framework that characterizes it as
The once-reliable exercise now rivals the NCAA basketball tournament in unpredictability and makes dynasties seem like a relic of another century.
If you know someone with MS, you know its hallmark in unpredictability.
He says the unpredictability is the result of companies making wholesale changes to their IT staffs, with more work being outsourced to contractors rather than full-time employees.
Mickelson has almost prided himself on his unpredictability, which is one reason why it seemed foolish to call the 2011 Masters over before it begins.