[ kuh-mee-lee-uh n, -meel-yuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF chameleon
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Not that mine is altogether a chameleon spirit, with no hue of its own.

I named my chameleon "Cross-ci Cross-a," in honour of Mr. Cross.

During the day, no doubt, she melted into the sky like a chameleon.

It is not pleasant to have you imitate the chameleon, in this manner.

Lonnie didn't stop to question if it really was essence of chameleon juice.

He glowed in the water, changed color like a chameleon, and drifted, floated after us.

You must conduct me and my wife on board the Chameleon; we will hoist sail and will be saved.

The Chameleon flies like an albatross—she is already the devil knows where.

It is this chameleon adaptability that passes for hypocrisy.

At other times his opinions were as changeable as the hue of the chameleon.