In fact, the fact that they are changeable and mutable is what brought me into this conundrum in the first place.
The reality, however, is that works of art are more mutable than is usually acknowledged.
The country is so vast and so mutable that any attempt to describe it seems facile.
He is interested in clothes as mutable materials that communicate ideas.
The band's membership was always, to put it mildly, somewhat mutable.
These factors-in good news for humans at the low end of the social ladder-may be mutable.
Thus, since our laws are infinitely mutable and can be changed at any time, by definition they are incapable of ownership.
Conforming to a local and mutable standard of right.
Now scientists report that the brain is even more mutable than suspected.
But the mutable tubercle bacillus proved an elusive target, becoming resistant to each successive drug tried.
British Dictionary definitions for mutable
able to or tending to change
(astrology) of or relating to four of the signs of the zodiac, Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces, which are associated with the quality of adaptability Compare cardinal (sense 9), fixed (sense 10)
late 14c., "liable to change," from O.Prov. mutable, from L. mutabilis "changeable," from mutare "to change," from PIE base *mei- "to change, go, move" (cf. Skt. methati "changes, alternates, joins, meets;" Avestan mitho "perverted, false;" L. meare "to go, pass," migrare "to move from one place to another;" O.C.S. mite "alternately;" Czech mijim "to go by, pass by," Pol. mijam "avoid;" Goth. maidjan "to change;" Hitt. mutai- "to be changed into"); with derivatives refering to the exchange of goods and services within a society as regulated by custom or law (cf. L. mutuus "done in exchange," munus "service performed for the community, duty, work"). Related: Mutability.