English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'changeable'

(adjective) 
Definition
changing often
He was a man of changeable moods.The forecast is for changeable weather.
Synonyms
variable
Weather conditions are variable and change from day to day.
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shifting
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uncertain
Students all over the country are facing an uncertain future.
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volatile
There have been riots before and the situation is volatile.
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unsettled
Despite the unsettled weather, we had a marvellous weekend.
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unpredictable
Britain's notoriously unpredictable weather
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unstable
The situation is unstable and potentially dangerous.
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irregular
She was suffering from an irregular heartbeat.
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erratic
the erratic nature of our recent weather
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wavering
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uneven
He could hear that her breathing was uneven.
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fickle
They are fickle, faithless and lewd.
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temperamental
My computer at work can be temperamental.
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mercurial
his mercurial temperament
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capricious
capricious mood swings
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unsteady
His unsteady relationship with his flatmates incited him to move out.
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protean
the protean and complex nature of his work
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fitful
He drifted off into a fitful sleep.
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mutable
Time, space and matter are mutable realities.
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labile
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changeful
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fluid
The situation is extremely fluid.
Opposites

Additional synonyms

in the sense of capricious
Definition
having a tendency to sudden unpredictable changes of attitude or behaviour
capricious mood swings
in the sense of erratic
Definition
irregular or unpredictable
the erratic nature of our recent weather
in the sense of fickle
Definition
changeable in purpose, affections, etc.
They are fickle, faithless and lewd.

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