Meaning of lability in English:

lability

Pronunciation /ləˈbɪlɪti/

noun

technical

See labile

‘Emotional lability is common among octogenarians.’
  • ‘The symptoms could include memory loss, emotional lability, and issues maintaining relationships with family members and friends.’
  • ‘This condition can include symptoms of mood lability, new-onset insomnia, and social withdrawal.’
  • ‘Mood changes can vary from emotional lability to full-blown depression and anxiety.’
  • ‘The individual loses the ability to speak, in addition to having emotional lability.’
  • ‘He has shown over the years that mental lability is probably his biggest limitation.’