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lability

[ luh-bil-i-tee, ley- ]
/ ləˈbɪl ɪ ti, leɪ- /
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noun
the fact or quality of being likely to change:They noticed something different about him: an emotional lability, with flaring anger one moment, maudlin sentimentality the next.
Chemistry, Biochemistry. the ability or likelihood of a substance or compound to change or break down easily, rapidly, or continually:It was found that the degree of lability varies considerably with different amido-aldehydes.
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