mercuriality


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mercuriality

1. the state or quality of having a lively, fickle, volatile, or erratic attitude or character.
2. an instance of such behavior. — mercurial, adj.
See also: Attitudes
1. the state or quality of having a lively, fickle, volatile, or erratic attitude or charaeter.
2. an instance of such behavior. — mercurial, adj.
See also: Behavior
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