mutable mutable  /ˈmju tə bəl/


  • (adj) capable of or tending to change in form or quality or nature

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  1. Monopoly has proved equally mutable.
  2. Identity, for them, was clearly mutable.
  3. All glaciers are mutable, points out Coutterand.


  • The Navesink: A Photo Exhibit

    Over the course of a year, Gerda Liebmann stood on the banks of the Navesink River each week and photographed the mutable riverscape from the same spot. Many of her impressions can be seen in an exhibit at the Monmouth Beach Cultural Center. read more
    on June 29, 2013     Source: Independent


  1. "I write mutable music," Mr. Threadgill said recently at De Robertis Caffe, a regular haunt around the corner from his East Village apartment. "I'm not interested in the fixed idea."
    on Nov 6, 2009 By: Henry Threadgill Source: New York Times

  2. But, Langewiesche writes, there is a "likelihood that much of the network he established remains alive worldwide, and that by its very nature - loose, unstructured, technically specialized, determinedly amoral - it is both resilient and mutable and...
    on Jun 1, 2007 By: William Langewiesche Source: Scotsman

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