Definition of changeful in US English:

changeful

adjective

  • See change

    • ‘He has a body weak and frail like other men; he has affections and passions like every one born of woman: he lives in a changeful world.’
    • ‘It is very changeful, offering opportunities for many variations in dwelling and plan type within the same block.’
    • ‘We find from Mrs. Fairfax that Mr. Rochester is often changeful and abrupt because of his nature, and also because of family troubles which absorb him painfully.’
    • ‘That must be some kind of victory for a man nearing sixty, so long tossed around uncertainly on changeful seas.’
    • ‘The wonderful thing about a vital culture is how changeful, novel, it is.’

Pronunciation

changeful

/ˈCHānjf(ə)l//ˈtʃeɪndʒf(ə)l/