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chameleon
used in The Bourne Identity

19 uses
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Definition
a changeable or inconstant person
  • I'm a chameleon, designed to fit a flexible mold.
    Chapter 14 (10% in)
  • The chameleon.
    Chapter 14 (42% in)
  • The chameleon was an expert.
    Chapter 14 (43% in)
  • It is said that Cain is a chameleon, appearing in various guises, and most convincing.
    Chapter 17 (96% in)
  • The chameleon had to merge with his quiet part of the forest, one in which no spoors could be found.
    Chapter 18 (19% in)
  • The chameleon smiled.
    Chapter 18 (36% in)
  • I am a chameleon called Cain and I can teach you many things I do not care to teach you, but at the moment I must.
    Chapter 21 (21% in)
  • The chameleon had changed his colors again, had been accepted again for someone he was not.
    Chapter 23 (11% in)
  • I'm part chameleon, remember?
    Chapter 24 (26% in)
  • It was 7:35 in the evening, the March night cold, the sky clear, and the chameleon dressed for the occasion.
    Chapter 24 (28% in)
  • For the man without a memory there was little to change or invent; the chameleon was not called upon.
    Chapter 26 (5% in)
  • The chameleon was a ... provocateur.
    Chapter 28 (27% in)
  • The chameleon opened the door and stepped outside, the cold night air whipping across his face.
    Chapter 28 (62% in)
  • And his conviction was real-there was no room for the chameleon now.
    Chapter 33 (47% in)
  • His men used to call him ... a chameleon.
    Chapter 34 (98% in)
  • The chameleon in him would be put to work.
    Chapter 35 (11% in)
  • The chameleon could not wait.
    Chapter 35 (21% in)
  • He said to me one night that he was a chameleon ...
    Chapter 35 (23% in)
  • The chameleon was heading into the jungle, a jungle as dense as the unremembered Tam Quan.
    Chapter 35 (35% in)

There are no more uses of "chameleon" in The Bourne Identity.

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