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noun as in infrequency

noun as in volatility

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Example Sentences

Cars are driven to the extreme limits of their capabilities and track conditions are often unpredictable.

From Ozy

Advertiser frustrations over an unpredictable and glitchy ads platform could drive them to consider channel diversification more seriously.

In 2020, experts see a combination of the problems that have long plagued US voting, along with the unpredictable realities of this strange year of voting in a pandemic.

From Vox

This is because of the random, unpredictable way that meteorites fall to Earth.

Human biology can react in unpredictable ways to new adversaries.

From Fortune

The city is too highly regulated and controlled, he insists; creative people need some unpredictability.

I loved the sound of the music, its excitement and unpredictability.

The calling card of a late-night talk show is supposed to be unpredictability and danger.

Meanwhile, vulnerability, risk, unpredictability, and sudden transformation are the constitutive experiences of human life.

"The word that we're hearing a lot in our research is predictability vs. unpredictability," Silver explained.

One of the most disquieting aspects of the advance was its variability and unpredictability.

The results were instability, unpredictability, uncertainty and fear.


On this page you'll find 435 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unpredictability, such as: irregularity, scarcity, and uncommonness.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.