Definition of "changeableness" [change•a•ble•ness]
The condition of being changeable(noun)
The condition of being able to suffer some changes(noun)
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Use "changeableness" in a sentence
"When Bashti promised plenty of fresh recruits, Van Horn, used to the changeableness of the savage mind, urged signing them up right away."
"The fact is that Pudentilla, knowing your changeableness and unreliability no less than your shamelessness and mendacity, rather than forward the letter preferred to keep it as clear evidence of your intentions."
"Aquinas says that between the unqualified changelessness of God's eternity and the qualified changeableness of corporeal existence, there is the qualified immutability of angelic being."