mobile

Part of speech: adjective

Easily moving; movable; fickle.

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Usage examples "mobile":

  1. Her features were distinguished- by which I do not mean that they were high, bony, and Roman, being indeed rather small and slightly marked than otherwise, but only that they were, to use a few French words, " fins, gracieux, spirituels"- mobile they were and speaking; but their changes were not to be understood nor their language interpreted all at once. - "Shirley", Charlotte Brontë.
  2. The mare can be driven long distances, even a hundred miles a day, for several successive days, The Argentine army must surely be the most mobile of any in the world, for its soldiers, when on the march, get nothing but mare's flesh and the custom gives them great facility of movement. - "Through Five Republics on Horseback", G. Whitfield Ray.
  3. No mobile circulation round any body is an exception to that law. - "The Moon-Voyage", Jules Verne.