Thesaurus / changeableness

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This changeableness of weather is a marked characteristic of the greater portion of the Temperate Zones, especially in winter.

His changeableness of disposition was noticed during his imprisonment at Versailles.

Old and New Paris, v. 1Henry Sutherland Edwards

This changeableness can make her feel resentful after she has given in to her husband.

But Molly was of too steady a disposition to be much moved by the changeableness of an unreasonable person.

Wives and DaughtersElizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

I don't see why women are to have a monopoly of changeableness.

Wives and DaughtersElizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell

The tropics lack the proverbial uncertainty and changeableness of the weather of higher latitudes.

The reflection of Parmenides takes its rise from observation of the transitoriness and changeableness of things.

To check the precipitation, changeableness, and excesses of the first branch.

Another characteristic of the spoilt woman is the changeableness and excitability of her temper.

The following is the argument drawn out formally to establish the changeableness of the understanding.

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