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Adverb for quick or likely to change consistently
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“It is worth considering paying your suppliers in their local currency to ease the volatile fluctuations with exchange rates.”
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(of a person) Adverb for liable to unreasonable changes of mood
“The family moved often, following the schooling and whims of his volatile father, a doctor.”
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(of a substance) Adverb for easily set on fire
“Even small amounts of volatile fuels or solvents mixed with kerosene can substantially increase the risk of a fire or an explosion.”
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Adverb for potentially violent or dangerous, especially of a situation
“The use of sound interpersonal skills to defuse a volatile situation is the safest approach in managing aggression.”
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Adverb for marked by tenseness or strain
“A particularly volatile meeting between Tara, her mother, the principal, and me occurred at the beginning of Tara's sophomore year.”
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(of the elements) Adverb for severe and powerful
“Another erratic and volatile storm approached, sending barometers and weatherglasses spinning into chaos.”
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Adverb for of or pertaining to the near or immediate future
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Adverb for showing anger easily or customarily
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Adverb for extremely, excessively, or feverishly passionate
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Adverb for potentially controversial or offensive
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Adverb for having or producing a sudden sense of thrilling excitement
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Adverb for cheerfully unconcerned about the future or things in general
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Adverb for delicate or ethereal
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Adverb for silly in a childish way
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Adverb for cheeky or impertinent
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Adverb for hard to find, capture, or achieve
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Adverb for capable of being adapted to meet the demands of a particular situation
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(of a liquid) Adverb for giving off bubbles
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Adverb for indifferent to danger or consequences
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(of the elements) Adverb for dark and menacing
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Adverb for dizzy or feeling faint
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