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Definition of "commutability" [com•mu•ta•bil•i•ty]

  • The quality of being commutable. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "commutability" in a sentence
  • "If the federal government insists on "commutability" being a factor in off-reservation site selection, a Ho-Chunk role in the process may become a positive ingredient."
  • "The "commutability rule" has been the source of great debate in the gambling world."
  • "Ahmed's attention to the language of civil society, Findlay's discussion of the role of "liberty" in Jones's text, Raley's discussion of the instrumentality of Gilchrist's linguistics, Taylor's demonstration of the commutability of colonial discourses and my own emphasis on the spectral presence of Cornwallis in Ramah Droog indicate the degree to which theories of statecraft animate this literature."