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In the months since, an unpredictable pandemic has rattled both of their businesses—along with global regulators raising concerns such a merger would harm competition in the content recommendation space.

From Digiday

The stability of gold also makes it a lucrative investment in these unpredictable times.

From Ozy

It’s always a good idea to pack layers for Sweden’s unpredictable weather.

They have long been unhappy with what they see as Apple’s inconsistent enforcement of its own App Store guidelines, unpredictable content decisions and lapses in communication, according to more than a dozen people involved in the matter.

From Fortune

Any way to reduce employee stress can be a game-changer when it comes to the unpredictable nature of events, especially when there is absolutely no cost to the employer, and no needed change management either.

From Digiday

Though conversational and often witty, his meandering phrases become increasingly unpredictable as they develop.

After decades of violence, flights to Kisangani are unpredictable and Western tourists are virtually unheard of.

Good news, in an epidemic as unpredictable as this one, must be met with caution.

The sexual acts are mysterious, unpredictable, and passionate; they tease your senses.

Poor Stone, like most of us, forced to share a stage with this unpredictable, spoiled brat, looked uncomfortable.

Blessed if you're not as unpredictable as one of Hitler's speeches.

In the color-selecting tests the average of error was quite unpredictable.

Would she thank me, or would she reply with some eccentricity unpredictable as her whim to tell me that tale?

It was the first of several unpredictable events quite outside the range of Ed's experience.

Her humors, where he was concerned, were unpredictable; and lately she had found a special 152 delight in attacks on his dignity.


On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unpredictable, such as: erratic, fickle, uncertain, unreliable, unstable, and capricious.

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