changing (part of speech: verb)
diversifying, converting, transiting, transfiguring, setting, adjusting, modulating, adapting, deviating, fluctuating, vacillating, reforming, mutating, altering, varying, transforming, transposing, changing
qualifying (part of speech: verb)
- They attend the plenary meetings and take part in discussions, often contributing hints on their governments' attitude towards a given reform which are invaluable to those who are framing or modifying proposals with a view to government acceptance; and are also frequently present at the sitting of commissions charged with the consideration of detail, where they can hear the opinions and arguments of experts on every important point in debate. - "The Unity of Civilization", Various.
- Not only changes of food, however, but changes of climate and of temperature, changes in surrounding organisms, in the case of marine animals even changes of pressure, of ocean currents, of light, and of many other circumstances, are known to exert a powerful modifying influence upon living organisms. - "Natural Law in the Spiritual World", Henry Drummond.
- We have hitherto enlarged chiefly on the grand currents of the atmosphere, and on those modifying causes and effects which are perpetual. - "The Ocean and its Wonders", R.M. Ballantyne.