Alterable (adjective)

  1. Capable of being changed or modified.
  2. Subject to change or alteration.

Origin:

Derived from the latin word 'alterare' which means 'to change'.

Examples:

  1. The software's design is alterable, allowing for customization.
  2. The contract is alterable, subject to mutual agreement of the parties.
  3. Her moods are alterable and hard to predict.
  4. His opinion on the matter was alterable after considering the evidence.
  5. The weather conditions were alterable and quickly changed from sunny to rainy.
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