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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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I look upon it as a pursuit which is in its nature more or less unsettled, and therefore suited to my temporary condition--I may say, precisely suited.
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His fancies had for the most part revolved about the unsettled political conditions of Henry's reign, for from these he felt he might wrest that opportunity which could be turned to his own personal uses and to the harm, and possibly the undoing, of the King.
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