Synonym: imbalance, unbalance, unstableness. Similar words: stability, accountability, ability, viability, liability, capability, equability, affability. Meaning: [‚ɪnstə'bɪlətɪ] n. 1. an unstable order 2. unreliability attributable to being unstable 3. a lack of balance or state of disequilibrium 4. the quality or attribute of being unstable and irresolute.
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1, Instability may arise at times of change.
2, The instability of the euro continues.
3, The riot is a symptom of political instability.
4, Much of the instability stems from the economic effects of the war.
5, The increased inflation will inject a degree of instability into the economy.
6, The building's instability makes it extremely dangerous.
7, Political instability helped the army to seize power.
8, Racism causes political instability and violence.
9, Fears that instability would return under the Democrats gave the government a broad base of support.
10, The law was introduced to avoid instability during the transition.
11, This creates political instability and chronic social unrest.
12, Cracks look unsightly, and may also cause instability.
13, Arrangements to deal with crisis situations, eg political instability.
14, The result: slower growth,[sentencedict.com] higher inflation and financial instability.
15, The fault lines of financial instability are real.
16, They took his instability as a guarantee of experience.
17, Her mental instability led her to commit these crimes.
18, Instability would spread like a chain reaction.
19, He was afflicted by the modern malaise of instability and a fear of life.
20, Along with social and economic instability, they are among the main sources of crisis, loss of life and human misery.
21, Mass movement of the population creates instability and demoralization, even for those not directly affected.
22, The election will take place against a backdrop of increasing instability.
23, Ultimately, unless market forces are restored,[http://sentencedict.com/instability.html] high levels of unemployment and social instability in the region should be expected.
24, The most noticeable feature of the past few decades however, has been the increasing instability of economic life.
25, Because it may be triggered by the vigorous smaller-scale fluctuations, such an instability will normally occur intermittently.
26, The government blamed the unrest on the activities of several small left-wing groups intent on creating general instability.
27, It is likely that these coherent structures originate through an intermittent instability of the velocity profile.
28, In the main, they formed an element of order during the centuries of instability and uncertainty in the Imperium.
29, The percentage of aneuploid tumours increased according to tumour invasion and the development of lymph node metastasis reflecting an increased genomic instability.
30, Eventually they may take over a small group when the large parent troop undergoes fission as increasing size produces social instability.
More similar words: stability, accountability, ability, viability, liability, capability, equability, affability, disability, probability, reliability, malleability, availability, rehabilitation, credibility, sensibility, flexibility, gullibility, possibility, compatibility, irascibility, responsibility, install, instant, instance, utility, agility, reinstate, instantly, for instance.