from The Century Dictionary.
- Capable of being permuted; exchangeable; interchangeable.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Capable of being permuted; exchangeable.
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- adjective Able to be
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective capable of changing sequence
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Once one more fully appreciates the degree to which color qualia are linked to one another and to non-color qualia, it becomes much less plausible to single color qualia out as especially permutable.
On this new view of the origins of color vision, color is far from an arbitrary permutable labeling system.
And given that there are no cruise ships either existing or under construction that can rival their features, we expect that they'll be permutable for the foreseeable future.
"Today we live in a world in which the barriers between each type of music are more permutable than before," says Chuck.
When one talks about loss circulation, one assumes you have something permutable down there, so we'd like to log and see what it is before we could pipe in hole.
While most scientists readily recognize this glaring inadequacy in their discipline to wrench doctrine from their permutable, yet no doubt very practical findings, some of their less prudent peers see it as their moral duty to impose a gag rule on Religion, claiming that when it comes to ultimate truth, they are better equipped to offer the most plausible and convincing arguments, as opposed to the myriad fancies and superstitions that Religion is saddled with, which often pose more of a hindrance to progress.
We have found him thus far, in all probability, acquainted with the construction of permutable seals, and indeed of the grand principle of permutation applied to technology in several respects (vide "Century" Nos.