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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
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Her expression changing to one of regret, Harstad squeezed his arm.
“I like it here just fine,” she said, her expression changing subtly.
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.
He strode forward before she could answer, his expression changing rapidly between pleasure and surprise, and something like annoyance.
But she always Alec broke off, his expression changing to one of alarm.
BLITZER: Some people see the Karl Rove job description, the title changing the losing of the policy portfolio as a slap in his face.
The silence lengthened into interminable seconds without his expression changing from its hard and doubting contempt.
“Yes, yes,” Giles said, his expression changing from irritation to comprehension.
Jem glanced down at it, and then back up at her, his expression changing.
"Naturally not," the pot agreed, its label changing to KETTLE as it turned black.
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