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  • 181various — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. diversified, multiform, diverse; different; many, several, manifold, numerous, sundry; changeable, unfixed. See difference, multitude. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. different, disparate, dissimilar,… …

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  • 182inconsistent — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Incompatible] Syn. contradictory, discrepant, at variance; see incompatible , incongruous 1 . 2. [Changeable] Syn. self contradictory, erratic, variable; see changeable 1 , 2 , irregular 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) …

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  • 183mercurial — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. variable, fluctuating, inconstant; see changeable 1 , 2 , irregular 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) (VOCABULARY WORD) a. [mur KYOOR ee ul] quick or quick to change, volatile. She was known for her fickle, mercurial… …

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  • 184uncertain — I (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Doubtful in mind] Syn. dubious, undecided, in a quandary; see doubtful 2 . 2. [Not determined] Syn. undecided, undetermined, unsettled, doubtful, changeable, unpredictable, improbable, unlikely, unfixed, unsure,… …

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  • 185unpredictable — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. random, inconstant, variable; see changeable 1 , 2 , irregular 1 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. unforeseeable, *iffy, left to chance, impossible to predict, uncertain, unsure, *up in the air, random, changeable,… …

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  • 186inconstance — (n.) late 14c., from O.Fr. inconstance (13c.), from L. inconstantia, noun of quality from inconstans (see INCONSTANT (Cf. inconstant)) …

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  • 187fluxional — flux·ion·al || flÊŒkʃnÉ™l adj. changeable, fluctuating, inconstant, variable; inconstant; of or pertaining to flow; of discharge …

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  • 188constant — adj 1 *faithful, true, loyal, staunch, steadfast, resolute Analogous words: abiding, enduring, persisting or persistent, lasting (see corresponding verbs at CONTINUE): dependable, trust worthy, *reliable, trusty, tried Antonyms: inconstant,… …

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  • 189constant — [adj1] fixed connected, consistent, continual, equable, even, firm, habitual, homogeneous, immutable, invariable, like the Rock of Gibralter*, monochrome, monophonic, monotonous, nonstop, of a piece, permanent, perpetual, regular, regularized,… …

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  • 190inconstancy — noun 1. the quality of being changeable and variable • Syn: ↑changefulness • Ant: ↑constancy • Derivationally related forms: ↑changeful (for: ↑changefulness), ↑ …

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  • 191light-o'-love — noun a woman inconstant in love • Syn: ↑light of love • Hypernyms: ↑wanton * * * noun also light of love ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ (plural light o loves …

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  • 192un|con|stant — «uhn KON stuhnt», adjective. = inconstant. (Cf. ↑inconstant) …

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  • 193At rovers — Rover Rov er, n. [D. roover a robber. See {Rove}, v. i.] 1. One who practices robbery on the seas; a pirate. [1913 Webster] Yet Pompey the Great deserveth honor more justly for scouring the seas, and taking from the rovers 846 sail of ships.… …

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  • 194Capricious — Ca*pri cious (k[.a]*pr[i^]sh [u^]s), a. [Cf. F. capricieux, It. capriccioso.] Governed or characterized by caprice; apt to change suddenly; freakish; whimsical; changeable. Capricious poet. Shak. Capricious humor. Hugh Miller. [1913 Webster] A… …

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  • 195Capriciously — Capricious Ca*pri cious (k[.a]*pr[i^]sh [u^]s), a. [Cf. F. capricieux, It. capriccioso.] Governed or characterized by caprice; apt to change suddenly; freakish; whimsical; changeable. Capricious poet. Shak. Capricious humor. Hugh Miller. [1913… …

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  • 196Capriciousness — Capricious Ca*pri cious (k[.a]*pr[i^]sh [u^]s), a. [Cf. F. capricieux, It. capriccioso.] Governed or characterized by caprice; apt to change suddenly; freakish; whimsical; changeable. Capricious poet. Shak. Capricious humor. Hugh Miller. [1913… …

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  • 197CD changer — Changer Chan ger, n. 1. One who changes or alters the form of anything. [1913 Webster] 2. One who deals in or changes money. John ii. 14. [1913 Webster] 3. One apt to change; an inconstant person. [1913 Webster] 4. an electronic device which… …

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  • 198Changeful — Change ful, a. Full of change; mutable; inconstant; fickle; uncertain. Pope. [1913 Webster] His course had been changeful. Motley. {Change ful*ly}, adv. {Change ful*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 199Changefully — Changeful Change ful, a. Full of change; mutable; inconstant; fickle; uncertain. Pope. [1913 Webster] His course had been changeful. Motley. {Change ful*ly}, adv. {Change ful*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 200Changefulness — Changeful Change ful, a. Full of change; mutable; inconstant; fickle; uncertain. Pope. [1913 Webster] His course had been changeful. Motley. {Change ful*ly}, adv. {Change ful*ness}, n. [1913 Webster] …

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