unstable

Unstable vs Eldritch - What's the difference?

unstable | eldritch |


As adjectives the difference between unstable and eldritch

is that unstable is having a strong tendency to change while eldritch is unearthly, alien, supernatural, weird, spooky, eerie.

Chaos vs Unstable - What's the difference?

chaos | unstable |


As a noun chaos

is .

As an adjective unstable is

having a strong tendency to change.

Unstable vs Fitting - What's the difference?

unstable | fitting | Related terms |

Unstable is a related term of fitting.


As adjectives the difference between unstable and fitting

is that unstable is having a strong tendency to change while fitting is ready, appropriate, or in keeping.

As a verb fitting is

.

As a noun fitting is

a small detachable part of a device or machine.

Insecure vs Unstable - What's the difference?

insecure | unstable | Related terms |

Insecure is a related term of unstable.


As adjectives the difference between insecure and unstable

is that insecure is not secure while unstable is having a strong tendency to change.

Typical vs Unstable - What's the difference?

typical | unstable |


As adjectives the difference between typical and unstable

is that typical is capturing the overall sense of a thing while unstable is having a strong tendency to change.

As a noun typical

is anything that is typical, normal, or standard.

Unstable vs Inconsonant - What's the difference?

unstable | inconsonant | Related terms |

Unstable is a related term of inconsonant.


As adjectives the difference between unstable and inconsonant

is that unstable is having a strong tendency to change while inconsonant is not consonant; disagreeing or clashing.

Treacherous vs Unstable - What's the difference?

treacherous | unstable |


As adjectives the difference between treacherous and unstable

is that treacherous is exhibiting treachery while unstable is having a strong tendency to change.

Unstable vs Ruffle - What's the difference?

unstable | ruffle |


As an adjective unstable

is having a strong tendency to change.

As a verb ruffle is

.

Patchy vs Unstable - What's the difference?

patchy | unstable |


As adjectives the difference between patchy and unstable

is that patchy is full of, or covered with, patches; abounding in patches while unstable is having a strong tendency to change.

Dubious vs Unstable - What's the difference?

dubious | unstable | Related terms |

Dubious is a related term of unstable.


As adjectives the difference between dubious and unstable

is that dubious is arousing doubt; questionable; open to suspicion while unstable is having a strong tendency to change.

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