Mu`ta*bil"i*ty (?), n. [L. mutabilitas: cf. F. mutabilit'e.]

The quality of being mutable, or subject to change or alteration, either in form, state, or essential character; susceptibility of change; changeableness; inconstancy; variation.

Plato confessed that the heavens and the frame of the world are corporeal, and therefore subject to mutability. Stillingfleet.


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