Meaning of vicissitudinous in English:



See vicissitude

‘A vicissitudinous branch of American art - itself oftentimes viewed throughout its history as globally marginal and mutable, according to Wanda M. Corn's critically important essay.’
  • ‘In addition to offering our best insights into this vicissitudinous business over the past four-plus decades, we have tried to educate sports bettors to the realities and possibilities.’
  • ‘That does not imply that it is less intensely felt than other emotions, but only that it is less vicissitudinous.’



/vɪˌsɪsɪˈtjuːdɪnəs/ /vʌɪˌsɪsɪˈtjuːdɪnəs/