In exactly what hole of protean ignorance has this woman remained for the last 20 years?
All language is protean, a moment-in-time snap-shot of evolution in action.
Gingrich is a protean fellow—continually evolving and re-inventing himself.
Lupus is a protean disease that can cause inflammation in just about every part of the body, including the synovium.
The Internet is too protean and easy to penetrate to be corralled by either the power of money or lobbyist influence-peddling.
Fabia had dwelt with sorrow day and night until there was no one of its protean shapes which she did not intimately know.
The Scottish ballads may scarce be so multitudinous and protean a host as this.
Her essays and stories 'give proof of a versatility of experience as protean as her talents.'
There is only one Mephistopheles; but he is protean in shape.
I should lack the alchemy by which I now infuse into my world light, colour, and the protean spark.
protean pro·te·an (prō'tē-ən, prō-tē'-)
Readily taking on varied shapes, forms, or meanings.