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unsettled

[¦ən′sed·əld]
(meteorology)
Pertaining to fair weather which may at any time become rainy, cloudy, or stormy.
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In her related unsettledness, Lucy has all along repressed that provocative and guilt-inducing urge while--as Roth himself remarks of Lucy more generally--"prone to disguise from herself her vengeful destructiveness" ("Writing and the Powers-that-Be" 87).
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Such liminality, or state of unsettledness in understanding and practice in which one is letting go of previous "knowledge" but is still in the process of achieving a transformed perspective, may be indicative of the complexities inherent in reciprocity and the many nuances and layers involved in understanding it.
Sometimes they do so expressly, sometimes implicitly, sometimes as a matter of vague intuition, not even aware that a dichotomy between explanation and excuse is somewhere at the heart of their unsettledness over how to treat mitigating evidence.
Indeed, by the very nature of its fluxes and refluxes, its unsettledness and irresolution, De Quincey's work invites a non-clinical reading of fear, one that attends to the links between fear and what G.
Including HOME in our constellation makes the rift between assumptions about displaced people in a (largely) fixed global order and the fluid conditions of precariousness and unsettledness more visible.
But however frustrating it may be--to researchers, activists, and the interested public alike--Bt cotton in India is a case filled with uncertainty, unsettledness, and ignorance of what would have been.
Its unsettledness lacks the sharp geometry which Bachelard criticizes in the dialectics of inside and outside as presented by some philosophers.
Happy with England's apparent batting dilemma ahead of the opening Ashes Test at the Gabba on November 21, Harris said that although Australia would need to work hard for the series, they can put pressure on England if they manage to research the opponents' mentality while batting and take advantage of their unsettledness over their line-up.