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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchangeablechange‧a‧ble /ˈtʃeɪndʒəbəl/ adjective  CHANGE/BECOME DIFFERENTlikely to change, or changing often opp reliable changeable weather
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changeableThe daughter refused, because the wind was too cold and changeable.The British weather is very changeable.You love him now, but at your age feelings are changeable.But according to the ideal, the imam is just only because he is vulnerable and changeable.Everybody was, as Oliver knew himself to be, changeable.First, the political demands on public enterprises lead to objectives that are confusing, changeable and often mutually at odds.These changeable areas are called intertidal zones.His changeable features, his tones, gestures and expressions seemed to defy descriptions.I'm a changeable sort of person.The rules of the game are seen as fixed at any point in time by mutual agreement and changeable through mutual agreement.We have very changeable weather here, especially in the winter.The changeable weather that November brings can lead to foggy conditions.
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