Definition of "chameleon-like" []

  • Any lizard of the family Chamaeleontidae of Africa and Madagascar, having long slender legs, a prehensile tail and tongue, and the ability to change colour (noun)
  • A changeable or fickle person (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "chameleon-like" in a sentence
  • "Chavez scoffed at what he said was the United States' chameleon-like foreign policy."
  • "And he brings all that protean talent to bear on Rango, this ingenious neo-Western's protagonist who isn't just chameleon-like but a chameleon, period."
  • "Actor Tommy Flanagan (Braveheart, Gladiator) also acts as connective tissue as chameleon-like assassin Lazlo Soot."
  • "In the first four games, I witnessed a battle of contrasts, and chameleon-like changes."