verb (used with object), changed, chang·ing.
verb (used without object), changed, chang·ing.
- to take turns with another, as at doing a task.
- to alternate between two tasks or between a task and a rest break.
- to perform all permutations possible in ringing a set of tuned bells, as in a bell tower of a church.
- to vary the manner of performing an action or of discussing a subject; repeat with variations.
Origin of change
SYNONYMS FOR change
Examples from the Web for unchanging
It has become an uneventful, unchanging story—one that reflects the peace process it arguably aims to protect.Congress Seeks To Strip Waiver From Law On Moving Israel Embassy|Rachel Cohen|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
For a moment in the book we get a glimpse of the Laura Bush beneath her pleasant, unchanging smile.
Some can seem as clear as a mug shot, each element identifiable and unchanging.
Your daughter had one firm, unchanging friend—my uncle, John Morgan.Sons and Fathers|Harry Stillwell Edwards
As obedience to parents is one of the unchanging laws of Brownieland, no one could oppose.Old Farm Fairies:|Henry Christopher McCook
Lane Cullom, unchanging adherent of old, caught him by both hands.Mountain|Clement Wood
The life of the plains was his in all its varying moods, but there was an unchanging love for his kind under it all.The Watchers of the Plains|Ridgewell Cullum
Picture after picture came before me of Margaret in her changing moods and her unchanging beauty.The Yeoman Adventurer|George W. Gough
British Dictionary definitions for unchanging (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for unchanging (2 of 2)
- military to redeploy (a force in the field) so that its main weight of weapons points in another direction
- to alter one's attitude, opinion, etc
Derived Formschangeless, adjectivechangelessly, adverbchangelessness, nounchanger, noun
Word Origin for change
Idioms and Phrases with unchanging
In addition to the idioms beginning with change
- change hands
- change horses in midstream, don't
- change off
- change of heart
- change of life
- change of pace
- change one's mind
- change one's stripes
- change one's tune
- change the subject
- for a change
- leopard cannot change its spots
- piece of change
- ring the changes