changeful

adjective
change·ful | \ ˈchānj-fəl \

Definition of changeful 

: notably variable : uncertain changeful times

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Other words from changeful

changefully \-fə-lē \ adverb
changefulness noun

Examples of changeful in a Sentence

a confusingly changeful attitude toward his so-called best friend

First Known Use of changeful

1590, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of changeful was in 1590

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