[cheynj-fuh l]
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Origin of changeful

First recorded in 1600–10; change + -ful
Related formschange·ful·ly, adverbchange·ful·ness, nounun·change·ful, adjectiveun·change·ful·ly, adverbun·change·ful·ness, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

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Historical Examples of changeful

  • To the man of God, all nature will be but changeful reflections of the face of God.

    A Dish Of Orts

    George MacDonald

  • She was brune and broad, her eyes of changeful color, and her temper wifely.


    James Huneker

  • He looked a quivering, shimmering, changeful creature, the color of golden-rod.

  • For years and years the conflict lasted, with various and changeful successes.

    One Of Them

    Charles James Lever

  • With every changeful expression of lovely sympathy did she follow me through all.

    A Day's Ride

    Charles James Lever

British Dictionary definitions for changeful


  1. often changing; inconstant; variable
Derived Formschangefully, adverbchangefulness, noun
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