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Definition of "variableness" []

  • Liable to or capable of change (adjective)
  • (of behaviour, opinions, emotions, etc) lacking constancy; fickle (adjective)
  • Having a range of possible values (adjective)
  • (of a species, characteristic, etc) liable to deviate from the established type (adjective)
  • (of a wind) varying its direction and intensity (adjective)
  • (of an electrical component or device) designed so that a characteristic property, such as resistance, can be varied (adjective)
  • Something that is subject to variation (noun)
  • An expression that can be assigned any of a set of values (noun)
  • A symbol, esp x, y, or z, representing an unspecified member of a class of objects, numbers, etc (noun)
  • A symbol, esp x, y, z, representing any member of a class of entities (noun)
  • A named unit of storage that can be changed to any of a set of specified values during execution of a program (noun)
  • A variable wind (noun)
  • A region where variable winds occur (noun)
  • The quality or state of being variable. (noun)

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Use "variableness" in a sentence
  • "It is impossible for any one to entertain the idea of variableness of light in relation to light, of truth in relation to truth, nor of the essence of the Only begotten in relation to that of the Father."
  • "The knowledge that we are dealing with a power which is no respecter of persons, and in which is no variableness, which is, in fact, an unalterable Law, at once delivers us from all these terrors."
  • "But all these peculiar and incidental deviations finally return to the original form, showing that these changes have definite limits, and that the alterations observe a specific variableness, which is finally completed by its assuming again the original form."