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The rules got more confusing and more changeable, and still we tried to keep up.

He’s an enigma as vast and changeable and cruel as the open sky, yet even he is capable of succumbing to enchantment, and Cumberbatch pulls off every azure-to-thundercloud shift with dazzling ease.

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The bulwarks of knowledge crumble on humans’ changeable feelings.

This pair comes with two extra pairs of gel ear tips that come in small and medium that are completely changeable depending on your comfort level, allowing you to listen longer without worrying about hurting your ears.

If the antibodies could bind to the stable protein “stem” instead of its changeable “head,” they could protect against any flu strain, and people wouldn’t need to get new shots year after year.

Even among the devout, beliefs and affiliations are startlingly changeable.

"He was a complicated man of very intense (and sometimes changeable) friendships, passions, and causes," Fallows wrote.

While any file can be kept viewable or changeable by only you, it can also be shared with whomever you choose to invite.

We are a changeable people, reinventing ourselves almost compulsively.

A court is like certain changeable colours; which vary according to the different lights they are exposed in.

The thought of these things is adventitious, changeable, and does not apply to permanent objects.

His temper is violent and changeable, but he has excellent manners and is full of tact.

Virtue in us is grafted upon nature and the woman; the one is changeable, the other is weak.

For the changeableness of changeable things, is itself capable of all those forms, into which these changeable things are changed.


On this page you'll find 127 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to changeable, such as: capricious, fickle, fluctuating, mercurial, protean, and shifting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.