Definition of Interchangeableness
1. Noun. The quality of being capable of exchange or interchange.
Generic synonyms: Changeability, Changeableness
Specialized synonyms: Duality, Transferability, Convertibility, Inconvertibility, Commutability, Replaceability, Substitutability, Liquidity, Permutability, Permutableness, Transposability
Derivative terms: Exchangeable, Fungible, Interchangeable, Interchangeable, Interchangeable
Lexicographical Neighbors of Interchangeableness
Literary usage of Interchangeableness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Anglo-Norman Dialect: A Manual of Its Phonology and Morphology, with by Louis Emil Menger (1904)
"After all, however, the two writers meant to assert two things, Koschwitz, non-nasalization, Mall, interchangeableness of m and n. ..."
2. An Outline of the Idealistic Constructiion of Experience by James Black Baillie (1906)
"But each as readily becomes its opposite, and this fluent interchangeableness constitutes the identity between them. The incessant change of sense-life is ..."
3. Present Religion as a Faith Owning Fellowship with Thought by Sara Sophia Hennell (1865)
"Is not this fact then,—I mean, of the interchangeableness of meaning thus apparent, in the manner of thinking of that early people, between what was prior ..."
4. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1885)
"This destroys the interchangeableness of shelves, which is a sine qua non in library construction. They have already found that difficulty at Dartmouth, ..."
5. Teachers College Record by Columbia University. Teachers College (1900)
"In explanation of this apparent interchangeableness, we must recollect that no character is simple, and that in twins wlio strongly resemble each other, ..."