Variable synonyms

vâr'ē-ə-bəl, văr'-
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Displaying or marked by a lack of consistency, especially:
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Unable to be predicted.
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Following no predictable pattern
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Uneven in occurrence or succession; variable or erratic
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(Archaic) Variable; changeable
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The definition of fickle is changing your mind easily and often.
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Inconstant in purpose, or volatile in behaviour.
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Characterized by irregular or intermittent activity, impulses, etc.; spasmodic; restless
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Not uniform in nature, value, etc.; irregular; variable
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Of or characteristic of a vagrant
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(Biology) One of the forms of a polymorphic organism.
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Like a fluid; that can change rapidly or easily; not settled or fixed
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Changeable; inclined to mutate.
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Uncertain or doubtful:
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Having a broad range (of different elements).
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Being such that alteration is possible:
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Seemingly impossible; incredible
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The definition of mercurial is changeable or fickle.
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Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
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Playful or fanciful, especially in a humorous way:
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Capable of being changed, changeable, mutable
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(Mathematics) A sequence that alternates between positive and negative values. (Sometimes wrongly used to mean a permutation.)
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A corporate strategy in which a company acquires or establishes a business other than that of its current product.
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The composition of a group with respect to race, gender, etc.
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The quality or state of being heterogeneous.
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A measure of relative position north or south on the Earth's surface, measured in degrees from the equator, which has a latitude of 0°, with the poles having a latitude of 90° north and south. The distance of a degree of latitude is about 69 statute miles or 60 nautical miles (111 km). Latitude and longitude are the coordinates that together identify all positions on the Earth's surface.
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(Countable) A miscellaneous collection of different things; a miscellany.
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The act or process of modifying or the condition of being modified.
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The quality of being multiform, or having many forms.
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A change, as in form, nature, qualities, etc.
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A slight or delicate variation in tone, color, meaning, etc.; shade of difference
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The result of such a process; a rearrangement or recombination of elements:
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The act or manner of using a card, piece, or ball in a game or sport:
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Sudden change, movement, or development, as if by leaping
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The permissible deviation from a specified value of a structural dimension, often expressed as a percent.
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A miscellany, especially of literary works.
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Variance is a discrepancy, difference or deviation, or an official exception to do something different from the current rule.
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(Music) A form that is an altered version of a given theme, diverging from it by melodic ornamentation and by changes in harmony, rhythm, or key.
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The property of being versatile or having many different abilities; flexibility.
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To divide up (investments, liabilities, etc.) among different companies, securities, etc.
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To have a range of different qualities or amounts:
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(By extension, grammar, of a word, or a grammatical class) That cannot undergo inflection, conjugation or declension.
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Not to be altered; immutable:
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Remaining the same; showing or undergoing no change:
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(Computing) An identifier that is bound to an invariant value; a fixed value given a name to aid in readability of source code.
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Forming or like patches
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Having, occurring in, or marked with spots
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Of, relating to, or being an odd number.
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Following no predictable pattern
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Not different or other; not another or others; not different as regards self; selfsame; numerically identical.
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The definition of control is power to direct, or an accepted comparison model in an experiment, or a device used for regulation.
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marked by diversity or difference
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a quantity that can assume any of a set of values
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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.
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Of or characterized by allotropy
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Alternately having one opinion or feeling, and then the opposite.
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(Chemistry) Having a valence of 2.
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Subject to caprices; tending to change abruptly and without apparent reason; erratic; flighty
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Resembling a chameleon: readily changing color or other attributes
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Relating to or containing people from different ethnicities and social backgrounds:
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Capable or being adapted or molded; plastic,; as, a flexible language.
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Unsure of how to act or proceed; undecided.
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Of, relating to, or produced by a kaleidoscope.
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Shared by or involving many
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Comprising several interleaved parts
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(Programming, of a function) able to take multiple data types
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Having, or assuming, a variety of forms, characters, or styles; as, a polymorphous author.
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Exhibiting considerable variety or diversity:
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Of or like mercury
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Having the appearance of someone dishonest, criminal or unreliable; such as someone with shifty eyes.
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Relating to, affected by, or having the character of a spasm; convulsive.
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Liable to vary or change; not dependable or reliable
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Not the same in any measurable aspect, such as extent or quantity.
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Changing easily from liquid to vapor at normal temperatures and pressures. Essential oils used in perfumes are highly volatile.
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Deviating from the common course in opinion or conduct; eccentric; odd.
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Subject to changing and unpredictable emotional states; moody, capricious; sometimes used figuratively to describe user-unfriendly or unstable machines or software that are either complicated and/or have poorly written instructions and are subsequently difficult to operate.
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