Antonym: constant, immutable, unchangeable. Similar words: unchangeable, change, exchange, in exchange for, be able to, agreeable, range, angel. Meaning: ['tʃeɪndʒəbl] adj. 1. capable of or tending to change in form or quality or nature 2. such that alteration is possible; having a marked tendency to change 3. subject to change 4. varying in color when seen in different lights or from different angles.
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1. The heavy rain might settle the changeable weather.
2. The weather is very changeable at the moment.
3. In the changeable life, time is the greatest thief.
4. She experienced changeable moods and panic attacks.
5. His moods are very changeable.
6. The forecast is for changeable weather.
7. The weather is very changeable.
8. The weather in Britain is notoriously changeable.
9. The weather is very changeable at this time of year.
10. I'm a changeable sort of person.
11. Everybody was, as Oliver knew himself to be, changeable.
12. It is an inherently debatable and changeable idea.
13. The British weather is very changeable.
14. Nervous, fidgety, changeable in mood, easily led.
15. These changeable areas are called intertidal zones.
16. His changeable features, his tones,(sentencedict.com) gestures and expressions seemed to defy descriptions.
17. The changeable weather that November brings can lead to foggy conditions.
18. Changeable conditions and the active nature of skiing make it essential that designs should not only look good but also be functional.
19. Our bones are as soft and changeable as those of the fetus we carried for nine months.
20. Change the changeable, accept the unchangeable, and remove yourself from the unacceptable. Denis Waitley
21. If he loves her, such feelings are changeable; an impulse to match Harriet with disappointed Frank is quickly put by.
22. We have very changeable weather here, especially in the winter.
23. Changeable today market asks with be core adroitly.
24. Remember what should be remembered, and forget what should be forgotten. Alter what is changeable, and accept what is mutable.
25. With so many frontal systems so close together, we can expect the weather to be highly changeable over the next few days.
26. The daughter refused, because the wind was too cold and changeable.
27. The rules of the game are seen as fixed at any point in time by mutual agreement and changeable through mutual agreement.
28. But according to the ideal, the imam is just only because he is vulnerable and changeable.
29. First, the political demands on public enterprises lead to objectives that are confusing, changeable and often mutually at odds.
30. You love him now, but at your age feelings are changeable.
More similar words: unchangeable, change, exchange, in exchange for, be able to, agreeable, range, angel, orange, arrange, in danger, hang on, hang up, out of danger, arrangement, able, challenged, chance, table, cable, channel, unable, enable, mechanic, merchant, by chance, tableau, mechanism, reliable, suitable.