instability[ in-stuh-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF instability
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He knew that both Ruth and he had the instability as well as the initiative of the vagabond.
The instability of the laws has always been one of the most serious grievances.
But alas and alackaday for the instability of youthful affection!
When the storm commenced, her dwelling had begun to show symptoms of instability.
But in the background of her mind there had always lurked a warning of his instability.
But they showed the instability of the usual lackland wanderers.
The leading trait of the negro is his instability, his superficiality.
The task, owing to the weakness and instability of the Baroness, was not difficult.
Probably the worst of these abuses was the instability of the monks.
The instability of all human things is familiar to me, to you it is new and oppressive.'
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