unpredictability

[ US /ˌənpɹəˌdɪktəˈbɪɫɪti/ ]
[ UK /ʌnpɹɪdˌɪktəbˈɪlɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. the trait of being unpredictably irresolute
    the volatility of the market drove many investors away
  2. the quality of being guided by sudden unpredictable impulses
  3. lacking predictability
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How To Use unpredictability In A Sentence

  • An improved jumper and more unpredictability attacking the basket will help.
  • It is a remarkable little bird in many respects, being superbly adapted to the unpredictability of a semi-desert environment.
  • It did allow him to meet all of life's adversity, challenge and unpredictability with equanimity, compassion and balance.
  • Thanks for sharing your wisdom here, especially about how perfectionism is a “coping mechanism for unpredictability.” 5 Battle Strategies for Winning the War on Perfectionism | Write to Done
  • Nevertheless, the upside from oil prices is offset by their future unpredictability, with the volatile movements of this one global commodity determining how earnings may change.
  • Attempts to tame and domesticate these creatures were met with mixed results, and even though some had proven docile enough to use as mounts, there was always the slight element of unpredictability about them.
  • The unpredictability adds to the excitement, as do the helicopter flights from the deck with awe-inspiring views of your progress through the ice. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's too bad that the conclusion, despite retaining a sense of unpredictability, is a let-down.
  • Even the script has the rough-cut unpredictability of real life.
  • The corporation also disclosed that it paid 29m in unpredictability and flexibility allowances in 2014-15. Times, Sunday Times
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