changeful


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Synonyms for changeful

such that alteration is possible

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The sea was roaring hollowly in the distance, the fields were bare and sere, scarfed with golden rod, the brook valley below Green Gables overflowed with asters of ethereal purple, and the Lake of Shining Waters was blue -- blue -- blue; not the changeful blue of spring, nor the pale azure of summer, but a clear, steadfast, serene blue, as if the water were past all moods and tenses of emotion and had settled down to a tranquility unbroken by fickle dreams.
Hardyman, feasting his eyes on the pretty, changeful face that looked up at him with such innocent confidence in his authority, drew her away from the door by the one means at his disposal.
Away she went, much excited by the chase, and following the changeful song, it led her to the china-closet door.
A brook," quoth Uncle Blair, "is the most changeful, bewitching, lovable thing in the world.
It was indeed a changeful brook; here it would make a pool, dark and brooding and still, where we bent to look at our mirrored faces; then it grew communicative and gossiped shallowly over a broken pebble bed where there was a diamond dance of sunbeams and no troutling or minnow could glide through without being seen.
I said to myself there was something thundery and changeful in the weather, and little knew of what a vast importance that should prove to me before the evening passed.
The poem's exclamation that "Thy rills proclaim our changeful state / like them is human life" suggests, as in the case of the floating island, that human life is an ephemeral incident, analogous to runoff dividing into trickling streams over eroding earth.
In a dynamic haven, each company is survived by compatibility with changeful conditions while marled is marling evolution, various types of goods and services must be present.
Such thought is non-systematic, changeful, open to the unexpected.
Harvard President Drew Faust poked fun at the 89-year-old Bush's Yale University credentials, saying his ''cap was blue, his house was white and now his robe is crimson,'' but added that Bush ''piloted our nation though changeful skies.
But this method is not completely fulfilled to apply to energy savings uncertainty estimation, because the classification of the neighborhood is changeful and big data quantity is required.
All flesh is frayle, and all her strength unstayd, like a vaine bubble blowen up with ayre: devouring tyme and changeful chance have prayd her glories pride that none may it repayre.
Premier Chen explained that one major consideration of the policy is the changeful situation of global and domestic economy, especially following the rollout of QE3 policy in the U.
The main question for journalists and media managers in Hong Kong is how to find a balancing point among freedom of speech, political pressure, and market expectations in this changeful media market.