Definition of Intergrade

1. Verb. To pass or change from one state to another by steps or stages. ¹



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Definition of Intergrade

1. [v -GRADED, -GRADING, -GRADES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intergrade

interglacials
interglaciation
interglaciations
interglobular
interglobular dentin
interglobular space
interglobular space of Owen
interglomerular
intergluteal
intergluteal cleft
intergluteal clefts
intergonial
intergovernmental
intergradation
intergradations
intergrade (current term)
intergraded
intergrades
intergrading
intergraft
intergrafted
intergrafting
intergrafts
intergrain
intergranular
intergrase
intergrases
intergraven
intergroup
intergrow

Literary usage of Intergrade

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1. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1919)
"Strains i, iv, and vi were used in an attempt to make them more strongly intergrade through selection, and strains in, v, and vni were selected to cause ..."

2. Year books by Plainfield High School (Plainfield, N.J.) (1919)
"As to his studies upon the selection in the sex-intergrade strains, Dr. Banta reports as follows: " From 8 sex intergrades from the same culture-bottle (the ..."

3. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1921)
"As noted in last year's report, Dr. Banta has undertaken to increase or decrease the amount of a sex-intergrade condition that he discovered in the ..."

4. Genetics and Eugenics: A Text-book for Students of Biology and a Reference by William Ernest Castle, Gregor Mendel (1916)
"Six lines were propagated from the descendants of a single mutant sex intergrade,and selected, three toward normal female- ness, three toward maleness. ..."

5. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1900)
"It is the practice of some, I believe, to describe as subspecies forms which, though not known at the time to intergrade, will in all probability, ..."

6. Measurements of Some Achievements in Arithmetic by Clifford Woody (1916)
"Thus we have the results of the intergrade intervals as determined by the three different methods. All of the determinations have about the same general ..."

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