instable

[in-stey-buhl]
adjective
not stable; unstable.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English < Latin instabilis. See in-3, stable2

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instable (ɪnˈsteɪbəl)
 
adj
a less common word for unstable

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People fear vibrations caused by trains will trigger the instable explosives.
Those currencies are so instable and weak over the speculations system.
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