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WORD OF THE DAY
LabileLAY-bihlPart of speech: adjectiveOrigin: Late Middle English, unknown
1(technical) Liable to change; easily altered2Of or characterized by emotions that are easily aroused or freely expressed, and that tend to alter quickly and spontaneously; emotionally unstable.
 
Examples of Labile in a sentence “My roommates are very labile when it comes to plans.” “As a doctor, Louie was very familiar with patients becoming emotionally labile when they weren’t feeling well.”