- Capable of being changed or modified.
- Subject to change or alteration.
Derived from the latin word 'alterare' which means 'to change'.
- The software's design is alterable, allowing for customization.
- The contract is alterable, subject to mutual agreement of the parties.
- Her moods are alterable and hard to predict.
- His opinion on the matter was alterable after considering the evidence.
- The weather conditions were alterable and quickly changed from sunny to rainy.