Definition of Intercepter

1. n. One who, or that which, intercepts.



Definition of Intercepter

1. Noun. (alternative form of interceptor) ¹

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Definition of Intercepter

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercepter

intercellular bridges
intercellular canaliculus
intercellular cement
intercellular digestion
intercellular junctions
intercellular lymph
intercellular substance
intercellularly
intercensal
intercentra
intercentral
intercentrum
intercept
interceptable
intercepted
intercepter (current term)
intercepters
intercepting
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interception tries
interception try
interceptions
interceptive
interceptive occlusal contact
interceptive orthodontic treatment
interceptor
interceptors
intercepts
intercerebral
intercession

Literary usage of Intercepter

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1. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1910)
"This sewer which now has a plug in the mouth of the intercepter will eventually discharge into the Fall Creek intercepter in the same manner as the others. ..."

2. Final Report: Work Done Upon the Comprehensive System of Sewers, from by Commissioners of Sewerage, Louisville (Ky.) (1913)
"Connections to Beargrass intercepter. Ten regulator connections with the Beargrass intercepter have been constructed and put into operation. ..."

3. Practical Ice Making and Refrigerating by Eugene Tradewell Skinkle (1897)
"A second trap, placed below the oil intercepter and connected to the intercepter with a small pipe, provided with a suitable shut-off valve (to be closed ..."

4. Sewerage and Sewage Disposal: A Textbook by Leonard Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1922)
"This float is in a well having a connection with the intercepting sewer, so that the rise and fall of the sewage in the intercepter lifts and drops the ..."

5. American Sewerage Practice by Leonard. Metcalf, Harrison Prescott Eddy (1914)
"9-in. sewer to the 5-ft. intercepter. In order to avoid backwater for partial depths of flow, a number of calculations were made with varying depths of flow ..."

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