Definition of "transformable" [trans•form•a•ble]

  • Able to be transformed. (adjective)

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Use "transformable" in a sentence
  • "Their very agency, in fact, turns on the fact that the modalities of "must" (dictum,) "may" (licentia) and "should" (determina) are not straightforwardly transformable to "will"."
  • "I find that idea fascinating ... many MUDs predating WoW by 10-20 years have been transformable in some way (ie. purchase a house, scrawl a note on a tree, etc) and that really changes the nature of the game."
  • "By listening to her root, she brought the knowledge of its anger to a conscious—and therefore transformable—level."