Definition of 'mutable'
Example sentences containing 'mutable'
And, too, because a man must know in his bones that his true spirit was as mutable as ivory or clay.THE BROKEN GOD (2002)
At daybreak the sun rose, bringing with it all the mutable, fierce, subtle colors of the world, restored, brought back to life, reborn.THE BIRTHDAY OF THE WORLD (2002)
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