from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare Too much or too frequent change; fickleness.

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  • noun Excessive or overly frequent change; fickleness.


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over- +‎ change


  • You joke cheerfully with the stout washerwoman; and give her a shilling overchange, and insist upon her keeping it; and grow quite merry at the recollection of it.

    The Wedding Guest

  • I resided as a "Chicagoan in Exile" for almost 25 years before returning to my hometown ... and thankfully, the progress made there was due to many transplants who fought to overchange Chicago's anti-gay laws.

    Good As You


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