Definitions for "EMOTIONAL LABILITY"
lay-BILL-it-ee A form of emotional instability in which a person laughs or cries, often without control, without apparent cause.
Exhibiting rapid and drastic changes in emotional state (laughing, crying, anger) inappropriately without apparent reason.
poor control of the emotions such that laughing or crying is disproportionate to precipitating events
a fluctuation of emotions more marked and intense than the existing circumstances might be expected to produce.