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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of change.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made or become different in some respect
- adj. changed in constitution or structure or composition by metamorphism
- adj. made or become different in nature or form
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The world has changed but things in Washington have not changed and this has led to an assault on the American dream.
Canterbury be diminished or changed, in present or _future times_, which was appointed by our predecessor Pope Gregory, _however human circumstances may be changed_: but more especially by the authority of
Of course every one changes in opinion between twenty and thirty; doubtless, I have changed; yet I am not conscious that I have so much _changed_, as made up my mind on points on which I had no opinion.
Her expression changed to one of surprise and uncertainty, and she moved to rise from her seat.
His expression changed then, his eyes going distant and hard.
A moment later her expression changed and she broke out sobbing, put the tray down, and ran out of the bar with a denim coat on.
But in 2003, the definition changed to "a continuing rise in the general price level," which is only "usually attributed" to an abundance of money, suggesting the doves could have a point.
I didn't get my title changed to Dean for nothing.
When MCA announced that the Heartbreakers '1981 album "Hard Promises" would be sold for $9.98 - one dollar more than the once-standard LP price of $8.98 - Petty raised a stink until the label changed its mind.
A hundred thousand copies of the Boston Globe hit the street the next morning containing an editorial about the speech under the headline "More Mush From the Wimp" before the prank was discovered and the title changed to "All Must Share the Burden."