What is another word for changeableness?

Pronunciation: [t͡ʃˈe͡ɪnd͡ʒəbə͡lnəs] (IPA)

Changeableness is a term that describes the characteristic of being prone to change or variability. Synonyms for changeableness include fluctuation, volatility, variability, instability, unpredictability, inconsistency, and mutability. Fluctuation refers to frequent and unpredictable changes, while volatility refers to sudden and drastic changes. Variability refers to the degree of variation over time, while instability refers to the tendency to change abruptly. Unpredictability refers to the inability to anticipate or foresee changes, while inconsistency refers to changes that do not follow a pattern. Mutability refers to the capacity for change in a specific direction. Each synonym highlights a slightly different aspect of changeableness.

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What are the hypernyms for Changeableness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for changeableness?

Changeableness refers to the quality of being easily alterable or unpredictable. Its antonyms include stability, steadfastness, permanence, constancy, and immutability. Stability denotes consistency and firmness, whereas steadfastness implies unwavering commitment and loyalty. Permanence implies a quality of existing indefinitely without change. Constancy means the quality of being consistent in behavior or attitude over time. Immutability refers to the quality of being unchangeable or fixed. These antonyms convey a sense of reliability, dependability, and predictability, which are the opposite of the fickle and erratic nature of changeableness.

What are the antonyms for Changeableness?

Usage examples for Changeableness

Indeed, in his fondness for burned plains, where he can hide in plain sight and catch no end of grasshoppers and crickets without trouble to vary his diet, and in a swift changeableness and fearlessness of man, Whitooweek has many points in common with the almost unknown plovers.
"A Little Brother to the Bear and other Animal Stories"
William Long
But Crassus is very generally blamed for his changeableness in his friendships and enmities, for his unfaithfulness, and his mean and underhand proceedings; since he himself could not deny that to compass the consulship, he hired men to lay violent hands upon Domitius and Cato.
Clough, Arthur Hugh
When Thrids of more than two differing Colours chance to be Interwoven, the resulting changeableness of the Taffity may be also somewhat different.
"Experiments and Considerations Touching Colours (1664)"
Robert Boyle

Famous quotes with Changeableness

  • Sudden resolutions, like the sudden rise of the mercury in the barometer, indicate little else than the changeableness of the weather.
    David Hare (dramatist)

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