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Definition of "mutability" [mu•ta•bil•i•ty]

  • The quality or state of being mutable. (noun)

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Use "mutability" in a sentence
  • "I wish I could freeze frame them, but their mutability is their poignant charm."
  • "Steadfastness in mutability, that is the common need, a Rock of Ages."
  • "Politic as it is to document this kind of manmade instability, however, Shapcott's poems temper their more urgent observations with the knowledge that both constancy and change are, so to speak, constructs of the human imagination, and "mutability" itself only a word."