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  • adv. In a changeful manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a changeful manner.


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changeful +‎ -ly


  • Repeat – ad infinitum, hopefully (and changefully).

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Attempts to Defeat the Kagan Nomination, and Political Hardball

  • Thus I lightly shift my body into diverse phases, and am beheld in varying wise; for changefully now cramped stiffness draws in my limbs, now the virtue of my tall body unfolds them, and suffers them to touch the cloud-tops.

    The Danish History, Books I-IX

  • Her dress, that was the colour of a dove's wing, shimmered changefully as she moved, and her aquamarine pendant gleamed like drops of sea water on its silver chain.

    Far to Seek A Romance of England and India

  • Battles and conquests, defeats and victories pass over the national mind as rapidly and changefully as the clouds are flying over the sky to-night!

    Temporal Power

  • The child of Tumult has been living amply and changefully through such a year -- his eighth.


  • Heavily heaped up, changefully changeless, void though of danger

    Studies in Song

  • A torch or two, each stuck in an iron ring against the wall, changefully lit up the scene.

    The Black Arrow

  • From the shadowy past we drive into the world of human things, for ever changefully unchanged, unrestfully the same.

    New Italian sketches

  • There was a cold firm determination too written on all his features, such as is rarely seen in young men; and the wild vacillating light which used to flicker so changefully over his fine face, was lost in an expression of mournful and despairing resolution.

    The Roman Traitor (Vol. 2 of 2)


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