That, mutatis mutandis, is the happy future that might await a Tory-Ukip alliance.
Of both, mutatis mutandis, he and his opponents made effective use in our civil war.
Now that was exactly what James would have said, mutatis mutandis.
mutatis mutandis, the statements which have just been made may very nearly be made here.
May we not, mutatis mutandis, take this appeal to heart ourselves?
We have spoken of a father, but mutatis mutandis a mother could do likewise.
And just so, mutatis mutandis, of a fall in the purchasing-power of the coin.
Mr. Vining seconded the motion, and offered to amend it, by adding the Domestic Department, mutatis mutandis.
The attitude of the true noble, one in whom noblesse oblige is a simple example of what, mutatis mutandis, all men feel.
Accordingly, the remark with which Helmholtz concludes the passage above quoted holds, mutatis mutandis, here also.
"with the necessary changes," Latin, literally "things being changed that have to be changed," from the ablative plurals of, respectively, the past participle and gerundive of mutare "to change" (see mutable).