interchangeable[ in-ter-cheyn-juh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF interchangeable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERCHANGEABLE
To do worship, and to do honour, were then interchangeable terms.
The careless often use these two words as though they were interchangeable.
The two looked alike in Portland; they were interchangeable.
And the words home and wife were interchangeable and stood for the same thing.
Why, thought he, should not the parts of a clock be made so they would be interchangeable?
Cementing may be done by hand or by machine, and the workers are not interchangeable.
It is knowledge, and knowledge, like coin, is interchangeable.
The officers were interchangeable with those of the guards and line.
The cover is interchangeable and can be placed on almost any kettle.
He made the first interchangeable standard for parts of lathes.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTERCHANGEABLE
- in the same category
- in touch with
- knit together
- of that ilk
- tied up