[ UK /t‍ʃˌe‍ɪnd‍ʒəbˈɪlɪti/ ]
  1. the quality of being changeable; having a marked tendency to change
    the changeableness of the weather
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How To Use changeability In A Sentence

  • Value value val-yü n. 1: the desirability of something, in respect to usefulness and/or exchangeability 2: worth or importance Higgins Hockey Fantasy Index 2010–2011
  • If needed, the missing values may be interpolated by averaging the exchangeability-as-source of the source amino acid, and the exchangeability-as-destination of the destination amino acid.
  • Decades of changeability inured them to the pain and discomfort of the ideological gymnastics required to please Republican voters. Nancy L. Cohen: Why the GOP Circus Has Mattered
  • The cinematic image is freed from its traditional image character through the exchangeability and simulation of its signifiers.
  • Basically, the coach just experimented with different lineups, depth and interchangeability.
  • Houston Lawyer: Since you cite the “thirty aught six” and are a Texan, do you have an opinion on the 30.06 vs the .308 vs the 7.62 Nato and their interchangeability? The Volokh Conspiracy » What is a zoobow?
  • The facility with which extensions to the coalescent can be made depends on this problem of exchangeability.
  • Interpretation of early reports is complicated by the interchangeability of the terms ‘psalm’, ‘hymn’, and ‘song’.
  • The first of these was an almost complete interchangeability between different parts of speech.
  • Customers also are interested in "interchangeability," Poole notes. Purchasing - Top Stories
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