changeable (part of speech: adjective)
irresolute, unsteady, flighty, alterable, restless, adaptable, mercurial, unsettled, vacillating, modifiable, transposable, varying, precarious, movable, shifting, ever-changing, mutable, protean, wavering, variable, adjustable, inconstant, changeable, reformable, unstable, vicissitudinous, flexible, convertible, volatile, versatile, fluid, transformable, fickle
- This time we have been especially interested by the first books, written in a large, unformed hand, dashing, variable, following the successive impressions of a changeful, sensitive nature. - "Marie Bashkirtseff (From Childhood to Girlhood)", Marie Bashkirtseff.
- 8vo, $ 8. 00. The work is a lucid summary of the events of a changeful and important time, carefully examined by a conscientious scholar, who is master of his subject. - "Life Everlasting", John Fiske.
- This would have been less probable in the older country, where they would have been continually reminded of what the Chisholm family expected of them; but the past seldom counts for much in the new and changeful West, where men look forward to the future. - "Vane of the Timberlands", Harold Bindloss.