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Definition of Changeably

Changeably
Changeably Change"a*bly, adv. In a changeable manner.

Meaning of Changeably from wikipedia

- Swift & Changeable Changeable lizard, or Oriental garden lizard Changeable tree toad, or gray tree frog Changeable silk, or shot silk Changeable gr****-veneer...
- Changeables, also known as McRobots, was a toy series produced by the McDonald's corp. and given away with fast-food meals at their restaurants. The series...
- The changeable hawk-eagle or crested hawk-eagle (Nisaetus cirrhatus) is a large bird of prey species of the family Accipitridae. More informal or antiquated...
- winds from the north. The most temperate seasons are spring (which can be changeable) and autumn, which is generally sunny and dry. When there is snowfall...
- 32 °C (90 °F) in summer. The weather is damp relatively frequently and is changeable. The coldest months are January and February, the latter particularly...
- ecclesiastical laws, based upon either immutable divine and natural law, or changeable cir****stantial and merely positive law, derive formal authority and promulgation...
- underground artist MF Doom for a still unreleased album entitled Swift & Changeable. MF Doom also produced several songs for Ghostface's 2006 album Fishscale...
- The climate of Scotland is temperate and oceanic, and tends to be very changeable. As it is warmed by the Gulf Stream from the Atlantic, it has much milder...
- visual field, hence the term 'perimetry', which tends to be used inter-changeably with 'campimetry'. "Campimeter". TheFreeDictionary's Medical Dictionary...
- rivers extending inland. Its lush vegetation is a product of its mild but changeable climate which is free of extremes in temperature. Much of Ireland was...
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