changeable

[ cheyn-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF changeable
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Their plumage is quite beautiful, and so changeable that no painting can imitate it.

The foliage is beautiful, showing a sheen like changeable silk.

Besides, he was sluggish, changeable, and altogether untrustworthy.

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

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

That his affections were changeable, if intense, was admitted by the composer himself.

Here plainly was a person of moods, changeable and tempersome.

The populace of England is as changeable as that of Rome, if Shakespeare is to be believed.

The fortune of war is changeable, but a disaster may be atoned for.

The experiences do not last, and the heart is so changeable.

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