changeableness

[ cheyn-juh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF changeableness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHANGEABLENESS

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

No less remarkable than the persistency of the mores is their changeableness and variation.

Changeableness and variety are the great requirements of perfect architecture.

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

Thus will the changeableness of men be demonstrated at the same time as their egoism.

She was convicted of changeableness, and she felt that she had been impatient.

But, Alie, did you ever see anything like Bride's changeableness?'

Prayer, then, is based on the changeableness of an unchangeable being, and therefore valueless.

We note at once the two characters of marked irregularity of surface, and of changeableness.

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

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