Noun(1) a volatile substance; a substance that changes readily from solid or liquid to a vapor
Adjective(1) evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures(2) liable to lead to sudden change or violence(3) marked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments(4) tending to vary often or widely
(1) Some patients can benefit from other techniques, including topical capsaicin and topical application of aspirin suspended in a volatile substance such as acetone.(2) All in all, this is a deeply disturbing and volatile situation with highly uncertain outcomes.(3) He suggested that the volatile substances from these aromatic species appeared to be responsible for inhibiting growth of plants as far as 27 feet away.(4) A market with large swings in price is generally considered highly volatile and, hence, unpredictable.(5) This method works quite well for many gases and volatile liquids, but it cannot be used for substances that decompose on heating, such as urea.(6) With his low-key approach to the part, he manages to submerge his highly visible, volatile personality.(7) As was shown above, the foreign secretary was acutely aware of the ├ö├ç├┐enormous potency├ö├ç├û of the Kaiser's volatile personality.(8) He may exercise professional restraint but in his formative years he was used to exhibiting a more volatile personality.(9) He said he wanted to support the fund, especially their vital work in schools raising awareness about volatile substance abuse.(10) But this club, which has a strong lineup, improved rotation and deeper bullpen, is full of sometimes volatile personalities.(11) One friend pointed out that the prospect of gathering her own rather volatile family into one small room for three hours, let alone three days, was a total nightmare.(12) Even small amounts of gasoline or other volatile fuels or solvents mixed with kerosene can substantially increase the risk of a fire or an explosion.(13) Plato remarks in The Republic that bad characters are volatile and interesting, whereas good characters are dull and always the same.(14) The challenging nature of this scenario reflects the unpredictable and volatile world we live in, as well as the nature of our job.(15) Wall Street resumed business yesterday and managed to avoid the worst scenario of a collapse of share prices despite highly volatile trading conditions.(16) Manufacturers switched to cheaper, volatile SRAM and DRAM solutions in the early '80s.
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