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Definition of "changeability" [change•a•bil•i•ty]

  • The quality of being changeable; changeableness. (noun)

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Use "changeability" in a sentence
  • "Antonin Scalia, speaking against "changeability" and stressing "the whole antievolutionary purpose of a constitution," says "its whole purpose is to prevent change -- to embed certain rights in such a manner that future generations cannot readily take them away."
  • "Antonin Scalia, speaking against "changeability" and stressing "the whole antievolutionary purpose of a constitution," says "its whole purpose is to prevent change - to embed certain rights in such a manner that future generations cannot readily take them away."
  • "While the findings of the Pew poll are not terribly new -- Republican gubernatorial candidates won independents overwhelmingly in New Jersey and Virginia in 2009 as did Sen. Scott Brown earlier this year in Massachusetts -- the level of changeability apparent in their voting patterns suggest they will keep the national political climate unstable for years to come."