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adjective as in changeable

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After just two episodes, it’s hard to get a sense of how mutable The Problem’s format will be.

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Warnecke, however, is skeptical about inferring phylogenetic relationships from viral sequences, which are notoriously mutable.

I knew vaguely that the history was slow and unremarkable during centuries of rural village life, then tumultuous and mutable as the area was enveloped by the burgeoning city.

In McAfee’s work, formal portraits become as mutable and dynamic as makeshift cellphone footage.

Vortices can be remarkably stable, and yet they are also surprisingly mutable.

The mutable-Earth sign of Virgo is about negotiating virtue and vice.

The comic Flip Wilson used to use “The devil made me do it” as an endlessly mutable punch line.

Yet however sweet the hours, they pass away, and it is not much memory can save from the mutable, happy days of love.

One goes to the marriage bed, another to the grave; and all is mutable, uncertain, and transitory.

His face was irradiated, his cold eyes glowed with a warmth and fire that more mercurial and mutable natures can never know.

Something whispered that the happiness we at present enjoyed was set on mutable foundations.

As to the motives which induce men to change the place of their abode, these must unavoidably be fleeting and mutable.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mutable, such as: alterable, erratic, fickle, fluctuating, inconstant, and mercurial.

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