changed

changed
adjective
1. made or become different in nature or form (Freq. 2)
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changed attitudes

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changed styles of dress

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a greatly changed country after the war

Ant: ↑unchanged
Similar to: ↑denatured, ↑denaturized, ↑denaturised, ↑exchanged, ↑transformed, ↑varied
2. made or become different in some respect (Freq. 2)
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he's an altered (or changed) man since his election to Congress

Similar to: ↑altered
3. changed in constitution or structure or composition by metamorphism
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metamorphic rocks

Similar to: ↑metamorphic
Topics: ↑geology

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