Synonyms for Change:

n.

correction, fitting, readjustment, contraction, renew, setting, distortion, succeed, compression, narrowing, refinement, give way, relieve, development, advance, ups and downs, addition, changeover, make way (for). quarters, turn into, make into, small change, chicken feed. Adaption, game-changing, stabilization. board, get on, deplane, catch, embark, disembarkation, on. amount, cash flow, blood money, appropriation, budget, bounty, bailout. colic, baby talk, bottle-feed, burp, cot death, breastfeed, crib death, baby milk. shrink, draw back, stand aside, part, scatter, back away, back, pull away, retreat, backtrack. banknote. decimalise, basket, base currency, convertible, decimalize, bureau de change, denominate, common currency. branch out, begin, strike out, turn your hand to something, give something a try, sample, break with, try your hand at something, change direction/course. brighten, blacken, lighten, bleed, fade, bleach, gray, mellow. pick up, clean up, pick up after, clear out, tidy, clean, brush, sort out, straighten up, clean out. shop, browse, hit the town/street, etc., price, take back, check out, shop around, put something on the slate. doff, disrobe, kick off, get out of, off, get, fling off, pull off, peel off. rotation, substitutable, replaceable. jumping-off point, departure, leg, the home stretch, port of call, lap, landfall, drop off, layover. change (noun)
alteration, modification, exchange, deviation, shift, interchange, deepen, variety, diversification, transition, mutation, difference, metamorphosis, reformation, vary, conversion, transformation, variation, transfiguration, transfer, adaptation, revision, diversity, adjustment, transposition, alter, modulation.
changes (noun)
effect, shake up, trend, refinement, distortion.
coin (noun)
copper, gold.
conversion (noun)
sublimation, proselytization, regeneration, reclamation.
difference (noun)
variance, variety.
metal money (noun)
coinage.
qualification (noun)
modification.
smaller currency in exchange for larger (noun)
copper, pocket money, spending money, chicken feed, silver, quarters.
something made different; alteration (noun)
difference, revision, mutation, compression, transformation, addition, conversion, about-face, diversification, innovation, novelty, variety, variance, reversal, correction, revolution, refinement, development, vicissitude, adjustment, distortion, transmutation, remodeling, switch, reconstruction, modification, modulation, transition, shift, variation, contraction, metamorphosis, diversity, advance.
substitution; replacement (noun)
swap, trade, interchange, exchange.
variation (noun)
variation.
variety (noun)
novelty, variance, diversification.

v.

change (verb)
diversify, fluctuate, reform, set, modify, transit, adjust, transfigure, transpose, vacillate, transform, mutate, convert, adapt, alter, modulate, deviate, vary.
convert (verb)
regenerate, sublimate, reclaim, proselytize.
deviate (verb)
digress, diverge, wander, differ, veer, stray.
invert (verb)
capsize, upset, overturn, invert, upend, reverse, upturn.
make or become different (verb)
alternate, adapt, commute, modulate, substitute, veer, reform, replace, regenerate, transform, diverge, transpose, adjust, vary, mutate, modify, vacillate, diversify, transfigure, fluctuate, alter, convert.
substitute (verb)
imitate, replace, alternate, second, represent, exchange, switch, displace, commute, swap, subrogate, substitute, supplant, trade, supersede.
substitute, replace (verb)
reverse, supplant, invert, displace.

Other synonyms:

changeover, renew, turn into, lighten, bureau de change, blood money, doff, burp, port of call, bailout, transmogrification, cot death, reorganization, Adaption, fling off, decimalize, baby milk, amusement, escapism, common currency, baby talk, breastfeed, shop around, blacken, layover, diversion, crib death, game-changing, embark, deplane, disrobe, bottle-feed, banknote, appropriation, enthusiasm, binge, denominate, crowd pleaser. landfall, reversal, peel off, variance, amount, the home stretch, replacement, relieve, jumping-off point, enjoyment, activity, correction, delight, small change, bleach, drop off, shop, cash flow, blast, evolution, brighten. basket, rotation, budget, bounty, departure, convertible, succeed. check out, fade, off, board, lap, kick off. get on, get out of. leg, move. gray, on, catch. get. change
alter.
convert
mutate.
correct
clean up.
deviation
veering.
invert
upend, upturn.
lighten
lighten.
replacement
substitution.
substitute
substitute.
transform
make into.
transformation
transubstantiation.
vacillation
fluctuation.
Other relevant words:
interchange, move, substitution, board, small change, replacement.

Usage examples for change

  1. Does your face change to me? – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. Hawtrey is not a man to change – Masters of the Wheat-Lands by Harold Bindloss
  3. I will change the word. – Melbourne House by Elizabeth Wetherell