Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of change.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Variable; unsettled; inconstant; fickle.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. marked by continuous change or effective action

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Her expression changing to one of regret, Harstad squeezed his arm.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact Paths of Disharmony

  • “I like it here just fine,” she said, her expression changing subtly.

    Star Trek: TNG: Losing the Peace

  • Instead there was only Will with a cold one at his elbow, his hand raised to make a point to Jimmy that would remain forever unspoken, his expression changing as he looked over Jimmys shoulder and saw who had entered the bar.

    The Lovers

  • He strode forward before she could answer, his expression changing rapidly between pleasure and surprise, and something like annoyance.

    The Blackstone Key

  • But she always Alec broke off, his expression changing to one of alarm.

    City of Ashes

  • BLITZER: Some people see the Karl Rove job description, the title changing the losing of the policy portfolio as a slap in his face.

    CNN Transcript Apr 19, 2006

  • The silence lengthened into interminable seconds without his expression changing from its hard and doubting contempt.

    The Second Time

  • “Yes, yes,” Giles said, his expression changing from irritation to comprehension.

    Deep Water

  • Jem glanced down at it, and then back up at her, his expression changing.

    Clockwork Angel

  • "Naturally not," the pot agreed, its label changing to KETTLE as it turned black.

    Faun & Games

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