Even a genius as protean as Nauman can start to look one-note compared to old Pablo.
All language is protean, a moment-in-time snap-shot of evolution in action.
Lupus is a protean disease that can cause inflammation in just about every part of the body, including the synovium.
Gingrich is a protean fellow—continually evolving and re-inventing himself.
The Internet is too protean and easy to penetrate to be corralled by either the power of money or lobbyist influence-peddling.
Fabia had dwelt with sorrow day and night until there was no one of its protean shapes which she did not intimately know.
There is only one Mephistopheles; but he is protean in shape.
Her essays and stories 'give proof of a versatility of experience as protean as her talents.'
The Scottish ballads may scarce be so multitudinous and protean a host as this.
I should lack the alchemy by which I now infuse into my world light, colour, and the protean spark.
protean pro·te·an (prō'tē-ən, prō-tē'-)
Readily taking on varied shapes, forms, or meanings.