fungiblein a sentence
We most prize non-designated gifts, as the money is fungible and can be used wherever the need is greatest.
fungible = interchangeable (can be used anywhere money is needed)
The contract specifies that the oil is fungible and any sweet crude can be substituted.
fungible = interchangeable with other of the same kind
- The old wordlists were whipping through his head: fungible, pullulate, pistic, cerements, trull.† (source)
- The performance of Walsh's quarterbacks suggested a radical thought: that in the most effective passing attack in the NFL, and on one of the most successful teams in the history of pro football, the quarterbacks were fungible.† (source)
- They accepted as plain truth the widely held view that they were the team's most fungible members.† (source)