transmutual

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

trans- +‎ mutual

Adjective[edit]

transmutual (not comparable)

  1. (obsolete) reciprocal; commutual
    • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
      In this respect the present Dissenters have the advantage over their earlier predecessors; but on the other hand they utterly evacuate the Scriptural commands against schism; take away all sense and significance from the article respecting the Catholic Church; and in consequence degrade the discipline itself into mere club-regulations or the by-laws of different lodges; — that very discipline, the capability of exercising which in its own specific nature without superinduction of a destructive and transmutual opposite, is the fairest and firmest support of their cause.