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