### Definition of Permutable

1. Adjective. Capable of changing sequence.

Exact synonyms: Transposable
Similar to: Exchangeable
Derivative terms: Permutability, Permutableness, Transposability

### Definition of Permutable

1. a. Capable of being permuted; exchangeable.

### Definition of Permutable

1. Adjective. Able to be permuted ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Permutable

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### Literary usage of Permutable

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1. An Introduction to the Theory of Groups of Finite Order by Harold Hilton (1908)
"(4) Now gp is the lowest power of g permutable with a. For if g" is permutable with a, b~lg°b is permutable with b~lab = ak and therefore with ake. ..."

2. Introductory Treatise on Lie's Theory of Finite Continuous Transformation Groups by John Edward Campbell (1903)
"For St Sj is a linear transformation, permutable with 2^,..., ... Let Tlt ..., Ts be the totality of all independent linear transformations permutable with ..."

3. The Cambridge Colloquium: 1916 by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)
"The Algebra of permutable and Non-permutable Functions. In order to facilitate the inverse operation corresponding to division, we abandon slightly ..."

4. The Cambridge Colloquium 1916 by Griffith Conrad Evans, Oswald Veblen (1918)
"The Algebra of permutable and Non-permutable Functions. In order to facilitate the inverse operation corresponding to division, we abandon slightly ..."

5. Theory of Groups of Finite Order by William Burnside (1897)
"We have seen in § 107 that the substitutions of n symbols, which are permutable with each of the substitutions of a regular substitution group G of order n ..."

6. Primitive Groups by William Albert Manning (1921)
"permutable Groups. Two groups G and H are said to be permutable when, s and t being any two given permutations of G and H, respectively, ..."

7. Mathematical Crystallography and the Theory of Groups of Movements by Harold Hilton (1903)
"If A (a) be a rotation through a about an axis a, and Sa reflexion in a plane perpendicular to a, then A (a) and S are permutable operations. ..."