changefulness


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change·ful

 (chānj′fəl)
adj.
Having the tendency or ability to change; variable.

change′ful·ly adv.
change′ful·ness n.
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Noun1.changefulness - the quality of being changeable and variable
changeability, changeableness - the quality of being changeable; having a marked tendency to change; "the changeableness of the weather"
capriciousness, unpredictability - the quality of being guided by sudden unpredictable impulses
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