Definition of Commutability

1. Noun. Exchangeability by virtue of being replaceable.




2. Noun. The quality of being commutable.
Exact synonyms: Transmutability
Generic synonyms: Changeability, Changeableness
Derivative terms: Transmutable

Definition of Commutability

1. n. The quality of being commutable.

Definition of Commutability

1. Noun. The quality of being commutable. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commutability

community property
community psychiatry
community psychology
community service
community spirit
communitywide
communitywise
communiversity
communization
communizations
communize
communized
communizes
communizing
commutabilities
commutability (current term)
commutable
commutableness
commutant
commutants
commutate
commutated
commutates
commutating
commutation
commutation ticket
commutations
commutative
commutative algebra
commutative group

Literary usage of Commutability

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1. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by Isaac Smith Homans, William Buck Dana (1852)
"1 am of opinion that for the smaller change, metallic tokens, wholly dependent on commutability for value, would answer every purpose of gold or silver coin ..."

2. An Analysis of the French Orthography; Or, The True Principles of the French by Sauseuil (Jean-Nicolas), Jean Nicolas Jouin de Sauseuill (1772)
"... the alphabetical order in treating of the commutability of figures. ... of the operations of Nature in the expedition of the commutability of letters. ..."

3. Publications by English Dialect Society (1896)
"go, by the commutability of w and g in AS words. This was horse language in the fourteenth century. Ch. ' Heit Scot! He'd, Broc !' which, by the way, ..."

4. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1899)
"As regards the third index law, it is evident from the non- commutability of the factors in general, that in space it ceases to be true. ..."

5. The Southern Review by Albert Taylor Bledsoe, Methodist Episcopal Church, South (1871)
"... have all the forces that areā€”that in the doctrine of the conservation of forces we have the principle of commutability, but no new creation. Very well. ..."

6. Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Considered in It's [sic by George Adams (1794)
"... or different modifications of the fame fluid, is evident from their commutability, or their reciprocal generation of each other. ..."

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