Definition of Movability

1. Noun. The quality of being movable; capable of being moved or rearranged.

Exact synonyms: Movableness
Generic synonyms: Mobility
Specialized synonyms: Looseness, Play, Ricketiness, Unsteadiness, Portability, Looseness
Antonyms: Immovability, Immovableness
Derivative terms: Movable, Movable, Movable



Definition of Movability

1. n. Movableness.

Definition of Movability

1. Noun. The condition of being movable ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Movability

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Movability

mouthwards
mouthwash
mouthwashes
mouthwatering
mouthwateringly
mouthy
mouton
mouton enragé
moutonnee
moutons
moutons enragés
mouzhik
mouzhiks
mov'd
movabilities
movability (current term)
movable
movable barrier
movable bridge
movable feast
movable heart
movable joint
movable kidney
movable pulse
movableness
movablenesses
movables
movably
moval

Literary usage of Movability

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Clinical studies of diseases of the lungs in children by Eustace Smith (1881)
"The movability of the dulness, when present, is a sign of the utmost value as to the presence of fluid. It depends upon the fact that the fluid will always, ..."

2. Metaphysic: In Three Books, Ontology, Cosmology, and Psychology by Hermann Lotze (1887)
"The movability of things makes it superfluous to go deeper into this notion ; the ground of localisation is clearly not in the nature of the things ..."

3. A German-English Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences by Hugo Lang, Bertram Abrahams (1905)
"(gewaltsame), forcible flexion of a joint Gelenk-beweglichkeit, /. movability of a joint Gelenk-bewegung, /. movement of a ..."

4. Diseases of the Stomach: Their Special Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment by John Conrad Hemmeter (1902)
"(2) Respiratory movability with slight anterior dislocation—one-third to two-thirds ... (3) Respiratory movability with close approximation to the anterior ..."

5. Clinical studies of diseases of the lungs in children by Eustace Smith (1881)
"The movability of the dulness, when present, is a sign of the utmost value as to the presence of fluid. It depends upon the fact that the fluid will always, ..."

6. Metaphysic: In Three Books, Ontology, Cosmology, and Psychology by Hermann Lotze (1887)
"The movability of things makes it superfluous to go deeper into this notion ; the ground of localisation is clearly not in the nature of the things ..."

7. A German-English Dictionary of Terms Used in Medicine and the Allied Sciences by Hugo Lang, Bertram Abrahams (1905)
"(gewaltsame), forcible flexion of a joint Gelenk-beweglichkeit, /. movability of a joint Gelenk-bewegung, /. movement of a ..."

8. Diseases of the Stomach: Their Special Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment by John Conrad Hemmeter (1902)
"(2) Respiratory movability with slight anterior dislocation—one-third to two-thirds ... (3) Respiratory movability with close approximation to the anterior ..."

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