change[ cheynj ]SEE DEFINITION OF change
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHANGE
"Flattery to ourselves does not change the nature of what is wrong," answered Philothea.
But to his relief he observed no change in the demeanor of his fellow-townsmen.
I could of course consistently attribute my change to consideration for you.
She was quite still, and he noted from the change in her soft breathing that she slept.
When everything looked at its worst, then all seemed to change for our benefit.
It has been very warm the last three days, and I hope much for a change.
I shouldn't at all care to change banker's books with him on chance.
It seeks to use it to interpret a change in its own plans and point of view.
Such a change of views was not the sudden impulse of an hour.
So much is changing and will change, but so much endures, and transcends time.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHANGE
- act for
- answer for
- back up
- be in place of
- cover for
- do the work of
- double for
- fill in
- fill in for
- fill one's position
- go as
- serve in one's stead
- stand for
- stand in
- stand in for
- swap places with
- take another's place
- take over
- cross section
- mixed bag