Part of speech:
Changeable or unstable in affection, interest, loyalty, etc.; capricious
Characterized by irregular or intermittent activity, impulses, etc.; spasmodic; restless
Of or characteristic of a vagrant
Available as cash
Capable of or subject to change or alteration.
Not determined or resolved:
Several or many
Being such that alteration is possible:
Of an assertion, that is contradictory or not supported. Of an assertion, that is contradictory or not supported.
Caused by the action or use of mercury
Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
Subject to sudden change; unpredictable
Of or characterized by allotropy
Exhibiting or feeling ambivalence.
(Chemistry) Having a valence of 2.
Contrary to the evidence or law.
Able to bend the body easily; limber; supple
Not uniform in nature, value, etc.; irregular; variable
Uneven in occurrence or succession; variable or erratic
Lacking in resolution; indecisive.
A topological space or surface.
Having, relating to, or consisting of more than one individual, element, part, or other component; manifold.
Comprising several interleaved parts
(Programming, of a function) able to take multiple data types
Displaying or taking various forms; specif., of, having, or exhibiting polymorphism
Exhibiting considerable variety or diversity:
Of or like mercury
Having, displaying, or suggestive of deceitful character; evasive or untrustworthy.
Given to sudden outbursts of energy or feeling; excitable.
Liable to vary or change; not dependable or reliable
Not the same in any measurable aspect, such as extent or quantity.
Not equally balanced or matched
Differing from others of the same kind or from a standard:
Changing easily from liquid to vapor at normal temperatures and pressures. Essential oils used in perfumes are highly volatile.
The act of alternating; occurrence, position, etc. of things by turns
The composition of a group with respect to race, gender, etc.
The quality or state of being heterogeneous.
A region of the earth considered in relation to its distance from the equator:
Miscellaneous items or written works collected together.
(Linguistics) A change undergone by a word that is borrowed from another language.
An alteration or change, as in nature, form, or quality.
A slight or delicate variation in tone, color, meaning, etc.; shade of difference
The result of such a process; a rearrangement or recombination of elements:
Freedom or occasion for action; scope:
(Biology) One of the forms of a polymorphic organism.
Discontinuous movement, transition, or development; advancement by leaps.
Physiological resistance to a toxin.
A miscellany, especially of literary works.
In zoning law, an exception to a specified zoning regulation that may be granted by a zoning board or authority; for example, reducing the number of required parking spaces for a business below the number set forth in zoning regulations as being required for a business of that size or type.
A solo dance, especially one forming part of a larger work.
To divide up (investments, liabilities, etc.) among different companies, securities, etc.
To be different or diverse; differ
Giving the effect of patches; not consistent or uniform in quality; irregular
Having, occurring in, or marked with spots
a quantity that can assume any of a set of values
A star whose actual or observed brightness varies periodically. These changes can occur with varying degrees of regularity and intensity, over times ranging from a fraction of a second to many years. Intrinsic variation occurs because of changes of the star itself, often due to internal vibration or eruptions, or to influx of nearby material. Cepheids and novae are examples of intrinsically variable stars. Extrinsic variation in a star's observed brightness that does not reflect physical changes in the star also occur, as when a darker star periodically eclipses a brighter star in an eclipsing binary system, or with the rotation of a star.
Having no fixed or regular course; wandering:
Relating to or caused by temperament:
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