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Adjective: changeable  cheyn-ju-bul
  1. Capable of or tending to change in form or quality or nature
    "a changeable substance";
    - mutable
  2. Such that alteration is possible; having a marked tendency to change
    "changeable moods";
    - changeful
  3. Subject to change
    "a changeable climate";
    - uncertain, unsettled
  4. Varying in colour when seen in different lights or from different angles
    "changeable taffeta";
    - chatoyant, iridescent, shot

See also: adjustable, astatic, changeability, changeableness, checkered [N. Amer], chequered [Brit, Cdn], colorful [US], colourful [Brit, Cdn], distortable, erratic, exchangeable, fickle, fluid, inconstant, jittering, kaleidoscopic, kaleidoscopical, mercurial, mobile, mutable, open-ended, quick-change, quick-drying, quicksilver, reversible, unstable, variable, volatile

Antonym: immutable, unchangeable

Encyclopedia: Changeable