She may be labile and inconsistent, expressing strong emotions of various types without any solid reason.
However, water stress interacting with CO2 enhanced the shift of the carbon from the labile pool to recalcitrant pool.
We know that elements are labile things, which is why lead water pipes and lead-based paints are no longer manufactured, and why aluminium cooking utensils are (rightly or wrongly) accused on suspicion of causing dementia.
He experienced labile mood, irritability, and ‘a racing heart’.
An illustrative case is a 29-year-old clerical worker in England noted to be depressed, emotionally labile and socially withdrawn.
The chemical exchange of labile deuterons was measured as described previously, using an inversion-transfer technique.
Only emotionally labile noncompliance was a significant predictor of peer rejection.
A new class of thermally labile compounds having rust inhibiting properties is disclosed and claimed.
Objectively, he is emotionally labile and becomes jittery and nervous when discussing the ring.
This is consistent with perceptions that lipids are more labile than nonlipids.