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Definition of "changefulness" [changefulness]

  • Propensity to change. (noun)

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Use "changefulness" in a sentence
  • "These Oreads are peculiar: they come upon you with an unearthly charm, like some starlight evening; they inspire a wild but not warm delight; their beauty is the beauty of spirits: their grace is not the grace of life, but of seasons or scenes in nature: theirs is the dewy bloom of morning - the languid flush of evening - the peace of the moon - the changefulness of clouds."
  • "And from the three long uncurtained windows the beautiful stretch of meadow and moorland, the far violet of the hills, and the unchanging changefulness of cloud and sky."
  • "It came from long brooding on the changefulness of human fortune, of fate and chance, and the folly of counting on anything beyond the moment."