- 1Liable to change.More example sentences
- The Williamsburg four-piece, in the current version of their permutable lineup, delivers an all-around solid EP.
- Proteins' maddeningly intricate and all too permutable chains of peptides and amino acids were at the heart of the challenge of creating their new approach.
- They follow a very permutable border between organization and movement.
- 2Able to be changed or exchanged.More example sentences
- Students might try to find other of these "absolute" or "permutable" primes.
- In mathematical parlance, the prime number 113 is said to be permutable because it remains prime regardless of how the digits are arranged, that is 131 and 311.
- Some letters are permutable, being such in general as are formed by the same organs.