changeable


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capable of or tending to change in form or quality or nature

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such that alteration is possible

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subject to change

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varying in color when seen in different lights or from different angles

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Of 41 colony decisions, 40 favored the changeable nest even if it had only 2.
Next week looks similar to this week with quite changeable weather.
In addition, the proposed models consider the situations of the changeable parameters of the objective and technological coefficients.
KEY SPECS: Features include a programmable and changeable OLED module with 65,536 colors in 16-bit mode and 256 colors in 8-bit mode.
After the hottest April on record, the changeable May weather has resulted in twice the average rainfall across many parts of the country.
Oceania, it will be remembered, is at war, although whether with Eurasia or East Asia appears to be entirely at the changeable whim of Big Brother and the Thought Police.
Additionally, the airline will also end the policy with restricted and non-changeable tickets, making all tickets, irrespective of cost, changeable.
Smile, you're on vacation, Keep your teeth happy with Sonicare's IntelliClean brushing system with travel case and changeable Crest toothpaste cartridges, $139.
And also the person to whom I am married, or to whom I was married 11 minutes ago, is a mysterious changeable country whom I try to simply savor and appreciate rather than attempt to understand or, God help us all, predict in any way, shape, or form whatsoever, such predilection to prediction being the surest road to muttering at the bus stop.
Different poems bring forth different rhythm patterns, underscoring the changeable elements in both nature and human interactions.
After bumper hauls in the warm--water days of August and September,the changeable temperatures made the fish much more difficult to tempt.
For instance, in "The Creative Powers of a Free Civilization," Hayek states, "We must recognize that even what we regard as good or beautiful is changeable, if not in any recognizable manner that could entitle us to take any kind of relativist position, yet in the sense that in many ways we do not know what will appear as good or beautiful to another generation.
International travelers will find the iM3 more convenient thanks to an innovative universal power supply with a changeable plug set.
Also included in the package: three changeable color caps, a neck chain, a key clip, and a USB extension cord.
In this changeable setting, various interests, from the great European powers to the local nobility to the city's gazetteers, were often compelled to be innovative in their political dealings.