Definition of Displaceable

1. a. Capable of being displaced.



Definition of Displaceable

1. Adjective. Capable of being displaced. ¹

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Definition of Displaceable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Displaceable

dispiritedness
dispiriting
dispiritingly
dispiritment
dispiritments
dispirits
dispise
dispised
dispises
dispising
dispiteous
dispiteously
dispiteousness
displace
displaceability
displaceable (current term)
displaced
displaced-person
displaced fracture
displaced person
displaced persons
displacement
displacement analysis
displacement loop
displacement reaction
displacement threshold
displacement ton
displacement tons
displacement unit
displacements

Literary usage of Displaceable

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1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1881)
"The pubic or displaceable segment, uterus and posterior vaginal wall, have been removed, e, ... displaceable ..."

2. Essentials of gynaecology: Arranged in the Form of Questions and Answers by Edwin Bradford Cragin (1893)
"What is meant by the "entire displaceable portion of pelvic floor " ? ... That outside of the entire displaceable portion, ie, tissue attached to the ..."

3. Microbiology: A Text-book of Microörganisms, General and Applied by Charles E. Marshall (1921)
"The strength of the acid is measured by displaceable hydrogen attimi. ... only one hydrogen atom (H) is displaceable, for the I hydrogen atoms of the methyl ..."

4. The Edinburgh Clinical and Pathological Journal (1884)
"L The " entire displaceable portion " consists of— 1. Bladder, urethra, and retropubic fat; 2. Vaginal walls; and is bounded by loose tissue as follows:— In ..."

5. A Concise Practical Treatise on the Law of Property by Hugh William Boyd Mackay (1882)
"In conclusion : A Revocable or alterable disposition is displaceable under the enactment (»i) (i) though it be alter- (i) A power by which one person ..."

6. Handbook of Modern Chemistry: Inorganic and Organic; for the Use of Students by Charles Meymott Tidy (1878)
"A monobasic acid contains one atom of displaceable hydrogen, that is, ... A. poli/basic acid contains two or more atoms of displaceable hydrogen. ..."

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