Synonyms of kaleidoscopic
1 many-colouredDictionary • a kaleidoscopic set of bright images
harlequin • the striking harlequin floor
psychedelic • psychedelic patterns
variegated • variegated grey and green leaves
2 changeableDictionary • a kaleidoscopic world of complex relationships
changeable • He was a man of changeable moods.
mobile • She had a mobile, expressive face.
variable • Weather conditions are variable and change from day to day.
fluid • The situation is extremely fluid.
uncertain • Students all over the country are facing an uncertain future.
volatile • There have been riots before and the situation is volatile.
unpredictable • Britain's notoriously unpredictable weather
unstable • The situation is unstable and potentially dangerous.
unsteady • She knew the impact an unsteady parent could have on a young girl.
protean • the protean and complex nature of his work
mutable • Time, space and matter are mutable realities.
3 complicatedDictionary • a kaleidoscopic and fractured view of Los Angeles
complicated • a complicated voting system
complex • in-depth coverage of today's complex issues
confused • The situation remains confused as both sides claim victory.
confusing • The statement they issued was highly confusing.
disordered • a disordered heap of mossy branches
puzzling • His letter poses a number of puzzling questions.
baffling • I was constantly ill, with a baffling array of symptoms.
bewildering • The choice of excursions was bewildering.
chaotic • My house is always a chaotic mess.
muddled • a muddled pile of historical manuscripts
intricate • intricate patterns and motifs
disorganized • I can't work in a disorganized office.
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bafflingIf something baffles you, you cannot understand it or explain it. (adjective)
• I was constantly ill, with a baffling array of symptoms.
bewilderingA bewildering thing or situation is very confusing and difficult to understand or to make a decision about.
• The choice of excursions was bewildering.
changeableSomeone or something that is changeable is likely to change many times.
• He was a man of changeable moods. • The forecast is for changeable weather.
Thesaurus for kaleidoscopic from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you describe something as kaleidoscopic, you mean that it consists of a lot of very different parts, such as different colours, patterns, or shapes.