(adjective) of or resembling Proteus in having a varied nature or ability to assume different forms / (adjective) displaying great diversity or variety; versatile
Neoliberalism is a protean project, not reducible to a single blueprint or institutional architecture, or achievable by a single pathway.
Author of a protean oeuvre, in which reference to theology plays a key role, Agamben is influenced by thinkers such as Heidegger
An uneasiness, a dangerous ill temper escalated among soldiers, workers, and, most dramatically, peasants. For the most part it did not, yet, take explicitly politicised forms, but it was protean, destructive and very often violent.
In this fraught and protean political culture, the pride and shame of the oppressed are inextricable.
his literary voice was so protean (variable, mutable, _labile)
failing better is the only way to make (contingent, endlessly protean) meaning
Silicon Valley is far from the first society sprouting from protean quests.
Marx writes wonderfully in the Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of the protean, shape-changing, alchemical nature of money