Definitions

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  • adv. In a volatile manner.

Etymologies

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volatile +‎ -ly

Examples

  • The logic and arguments for decoupling our economies from carbon have evolved tremendously and include national competitiveness and job creation, healthier air, eliminating reliance on fuels from parts of the world that fund terror, and reducing dependence on volatilely-priced, and declining, resources that will raise the cost of doing business over time.

    Andrew Winston: News Flash From Bjorn Lomborg and the WSJ: We Should Help Poor People

  • or the cost to business of relying on volatilely-priced inputs, how can you discuss oil and not even mention two rather inconvenient, but enormous, problems: climate change and global security.

    Andrew Winston: 'Peak Oil' Doesn't Matter

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