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- adv. with the ability of being interchanged or swapped
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an interchangeable manner; reciprocally; alternately.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an interchangeable manner
The Brotherhood, he says, using the term interchangeably with its political party, the FJP, is not really democratic.
Many use the term interchangeably with temperament, some confound it with temperament and hereditary disposition, others recognize it as a distinct modifying condition; but I know of no writer, except myself, who has yet attempted a classification of the subject, or who has dared to recognize its importance as a modifying condition of character.
I am a neo-pagan (or a wiccan-iIl use the term interchangeably)
Many people seem to use the term interchangeably with "metrics" and "KPIs." but it is primarily focused on statistical, predictive, and data mining analysis.
People use the term interchangeably when you really can't do so.
But, be aware: Some states use this term interchangeably with rape.—as defined by the National Sexual Assault Hotline
I would assume that if the justices are using the terms interchangeably in this case, that the behavior falls inside that intersection.
Religious preachers use the terms interchangeably when referring to negative actions of the Israelis or the lack of trust in Jewish negotiators, etc.
Though we use the terms interchangeably many researchers think that emotions and feelings are actually different, that basic emotions such as fear, grief, desire, rage and love are hardwired into our bodies and happen "atomically" while our feelings are processed by the thinking part of our brain, or the cortex.
A “cacophony” of competing and confusing definitions, with terms often used interchangeably, is hampering progress toward a nationwide health information network, according to the National Alliance for Health Information Technology and the Health and Human Services Department.
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