quicksilverish

quicksilverish

(ˈkwɪkˌsɪlvərɪʃ) or

quicksilvery

adj
resembling quicksilver
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Alternatively, one might cast emotional phenomena (note: another noun) as gerunds --fearing, hating, and envying come closer to capturing the quicksilverish phenomena of concern, but in some cases (e.g.
But as a grown-up she writes with the solemn energy of one who knows how tenuous, how quicksilverish, how much of an uneven trade life can be.