Correct spelling for INTERCHNAGABLE

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Possible correct spellings for interchnagable

  • Interchange(Definition of interchange)
  • Then she produced her sketch-book, and i brought out mine, and we had a mutual interchange of prisoners.

  • Interchanging(Definition of Interchanging)
  • Not until that rescue was finally accomplished did either lad give thought to what might follow; but now they drew back a bit, interchanging looks of puzzled doubt and worry.

  • Interchanges
  • Occupied with his own thoughts-thoughts of so serious and intense a nature-the young priest had thought little of his sister; in truth, men, perhaps of that fervent order of mind which is ever aspiring above earth, are but little prone to the earthlier affections; and it had been long since apaecides had sought those soft and friendly interchanges of thought, those sweet confidences, which in his earlier youth had bound him to ione, and which are so natural to that endearing connection which existed between them.

  • Unchangeable(Definition of unchangeable)
  • Intangible(Definition of intangible)
  • Not that they weren't always fine, but it made, i scarcely know how to put it, it was so intangible-but it was a difference, an added respect.

  • Interchangeability(Definition of interchangeability)
  • In the present immature stage of the great speculation in question, i would not undertake to define the ultimate relation of the hypothetical fluid to it; but i must remark that the essential part of the new theory, the reciprocal convertibility and interchangeability of these great cosmic agencies, is quite independent of the molecular motions which have been imagined as the immediate causes of those different manifestations and of their substitutions for one another; and the former doctrine by no means necessarily carries the latter with it. i confess that the entire theory of the vibrations of the ether, and the movements which these vibrations are supposed to communicate to the particles of solid bodies, seems to me at present the weakest part of the new system, tending rather to weigh down than to prop up those of its doctrines which rest on real scientific induction.

  • Unteachable(Definition of unteachable)
  • Interminably
  • At the card-table the whist went on interminably.

  • Interchangeable(Definition of interchangeable)
  • Whereas a man might have missed love and still have retained life, with a woman love and life were interchangeable terms.

  • Interchanged(Definition of Interchanged)
  • Again the brothers interchanged looks of doubt, but the lady cried: "consider for a moment!

  • Interminable(Definition of interminable)
  • It seemed to this mother interminable.

  • Interchangeably
  • The low germans were divided, like most other barbaric races, into several fluctuating and ill-marked tribes, whose names are loosely and perhaps interchangeably used by the few authorities which remain to us. we must not expect to find among them the definiteness of modern civilised nations, but rather such a vagueness as that which characterised the loose confederacies of north american indians or the various shifting peoples of south africa.

  • Noninterchangeable