Definition of Replaceability

1. Noun. Exchangeability by virtue of being replaceable.




Definition of Replaceability

1. n. The quality, state, or degree of being replaceable.

Definition of Replaceability

1. Noun. the state of being replaceable ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Lexicographical Neighbors of Replaceability

repiqued
repiques
repiquing
repitch
repitched
repitches
repitching
repivot
repivoted
repivoting
repivots
repkie
repla
replacable
replace
replaceability (current term)
replaceable
replaced
replacee
replacees
replacement
replacement bone
replacement cost
replacement fibrosis
replacement therapy
replacement vector
replacements
replacer
replacers
replaces

Literary usage of Replaceability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Welfare as an Economic Quantity by George Pendleton Watkins (1915)
"lation, the measurement of the utility of a complement by means of relative replaceability, or by the loss incurred in going without it, is appropriate only ..."

2. Lectures on the History of the Development of Chemistry Since the Time of by Albert Ladenburg (1900)
"The discovery of trichloracetic acid had not been without effect upon him also, and he not only admits the replaceability of hydrogen by negative elements, ..."

3. Lectures on the History of the Development of Chemistry Since the Time of by Albert Ladenburg (1900)
"... had not been without effect upon him also, nd he not only admits the replaceability of hydrogen by nega- ive elements, but he also agrees with Dumas in ..."

4. Lectures on the History of the Development of Chemistry Since the Time of by Albert Ladenburg (1911)
"The discovery of trichloracetic acid had not been without effect upon him also, and he not only admits the replaceability of hydrogen by negative elements, ..."

5. A New Logic by Charles Arthur Mercier (1912)
"Otherwise, the replaceability or non-replaceability of one term by another depends on the purpose of the argument; and the purpose of the argument is ..."

6. A New Logic by Charles Arthur Mercier (1912)
"Otherwise, the replaceability or non-replaceability of one term by another depends on the purpose of the argument; and the purpose of the argument is ..."

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