Definition of Transvaluing

1. transvalue [v] - See also: transvalue



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transvaluing

transurethral resection syndrome
transurethrally
transvaalin
transvaluate
transvaluated
transvaluates
transvaluating
transvaluation
transvaluations
transvalue
transvalued
transvalues
transvaluing (current term)
transvasate
transvasated
transvasates
transvasating
transvasation
transvasations
transvascular
transvascularly
transvection
transvections
transvector
transvenous
transversal
transversalis

Literary usage of Transvaluing

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1. Dramatic Opinions and Essays, with an Apology: With an Apology by Bernard Shaw (1907)
"He carried his transvaluing scales in his pocket, and his alpenstock could be, if necessary, transformed into a critical measuring yardstick. ..."

2. Theories of Social Progress: A Critical Study of the Attempts to Formulate by Arthur James Todd (1918)
"... until some method is found for transvaluing the motive of national fear, and until some more reasonable means of national recreation or relaxation from ..."

3. The Cultivator by New York State Agricultural Society (1850)
"As no pains have been spared lo give our Trees while in the nursery, a vigorous and healthy start, they do not require, on transvaluing, that tedious ..."

4. Dramatic Opinions and Essays by G. Bernard Shaw: Containing as Well A Word by Bernard Shaw, James Huneker (1906)
"He carried his transvaluing scales in his pocket, and his alpenstock could be, if necessary, transformed into a critical measuring yardstick. ..."

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