Unstable vs Fleeing - What's the difference?

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Unstable is a related term of fleeing.


As an adjective unstable

is having a strong tendency to change.

As a verb fleeing is

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As a noun fleeing is

the act of one who flees.

unstable

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Having a strong tendency to change.
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  • Fluctuating; not constant.
  • Fickle.
  • Unpredictable.
  • (chemistry) Readily decomposable.
  • (physics) Radioactive, especially with a short half-life.
  • Synonyms

    * instable (rare) * (not held or fixed securely and likely to fall over) precarious, rickety, shaky, tottering, unsafe, unsteady, wobbly

    Antonyms

    * stable

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    fleeing

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • The act of one who flees.
  • * 1865 , The Dublin Review (page 58)
  • Until the year 211, "Adamantius" taught, studied, prayed, and fasted amidst disturbance, martyrdoms, and fleeings from house to house

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