changeable

Part of speech: adverb

Changeably.

Part of speech: adjective

Capable of change; likely to change; inconstant.

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Usage examples "changeable":

  1. The object of these meetings was to acquaint such as are drawn to Christ, but who shrink from Catholicism, with what Catholicism really is, the vital and indestructible essence of the Catholic religion, and to show the purely human character of those different forms, which are what render it repugnant to many, but which are changeable, are changing, and will continue to change, through the elaboration of the inner, divine element, combined with the external influences, the influences of science and of the public conscience. - "The Saint", Antonio Fogazzaro Commentator: William Roscoe Thayer.
  2. She is as changeable as the wind. - "The Way of an Eagle", Ethel M. Dell.
  3. In some respects the parallel may hold good; but there is no question that Vancouver has more steady fine weather, is far less changeable, and is on the whole milder. - "Handbook to the new Gold-fields", R. M. Ballantyne.