Definition of Alterability

1. Noun. The quality of being alterable.

Generic synonyms: Mutability, Mutableness
Derivative terms: Alterable
Antonyms: Unalterability



Definition of Alterability

1. n. The quality of being alterable; alterableness.

Definition of Alterability

1. Noun. The property of being alterable. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Alterability

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Alterability

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alterability (current term)
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Literary usage of Alterability

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1. Dissertations on Subjects Connected with the Incarnation by Charles Gore (1907)
"To this question we answer, first, that the fathers of the Council had only moral alterability in view in their ecclesiastical decision, as it was only ..."

2. Outlines of Logic and Metaphysics by Johann Eduard Erdmann (1896)
"necessity of being other or alterability. ® Something is, as determined, alterable/4) and only as alterable is it something. W Hence could " haecceitas," ..."

3. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1863)
"... substitute for ergot of rye, as it possessed all it# medicinal properties without having, to the like extent, its alterability or poisonous effects. ..."

4. The Physiology of Common Life by George Henry Lewes (1860)
"It is this alterability which renders them peculiarly apt to act as ferments, ... It is on this alterability that their great value in nutrition depends. ..."

5. The Photographic News edited by Sir William Crookes, G Wharton Simpson (1859)
"Whence arises the alterability о ordinary proofs ? From the alterability proper to the salts o! silver. Now to develop the nitrate of uranium proofs nitrate ..."

6. Handbook of Rhetorical Analysis: Studies in Style and Invention. Designed to by John Franklin Genung (1895)
"Still, the difference between the great and less man is, on the whole, chiefly in this point of alterability. That is to 160 say, the one knows too much, ..."

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