permutably

permute

[per-myoot]
verb (used with object), permuted, permuting.
1.
to alter; change.
2.
Mathematics. to subject to permutation.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin permūtāre to change throughout. See per-, mutate

permutable, adjective
permutability, permutableness, noun
permutably, adverb
permuter, noun
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permute (pəˈmjuːt)
 
vb
1.  to change the sequence of
2.  maths to subject to permutation
 
[C14: from Latin permūtāre, from per- + mūtāre to change, alter]
 
per'mutable
 
adj
 
permuta'bility
 
n
 
per'mutableness
 
n
 
per'mutably
 
adv

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