changeability

[ cheyn-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF changeability

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This leads us to the subject of changeability of colours in the same individual.

To them we Americans may owe our energy, our vivacity, our changeability of mood.

Townshend bore, as Hume hints, a bad character for changeability.

Stubber, however, was too well versed in the changeability of his master's nature to exhibit any rash promptitude in obeying him.

Changeability is attributed to the feminine, but Maya was not able to shift her mood as facilely as her fiance.

As to the terrestrial life, owing to its changeability and shortness, it is nothing but an illusion of our senses.

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