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changing

Definition for changing

adjective as in changeful

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Example Sentences

Leelah Alcorn's message was sent, and heard, and things started changing.

But the act of killing herself done, the message was sent, and heard, and things started changing.

With enough changing of the influenza RNA over time, the vaccine no longer provokes the “right” immune response.

Changing public opinion, of course, will be the work of a generation or maybe two, but kudos to Stewart for getting it started.

The rapid rise of the sharing economy is changing the way people around the world commute, shop, vacation, and borrow.

That, too, is a process which in this changing new world of ours can never be completed.

But he is not aware of the profound extent to which his own opinions have been affected by the changing times.

But changing her mind once more she resumed the peignoir, and went outside and sat down before her door.

It is therefore true that the field of crime is not fixed, is in truth always changing.

The common law is therefore always slowly changing like the ocean and is never at rest.

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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to changing, such as: changeable, developing, dynamic, growing, uncertain, and unstable.

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

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