Definition of Interinvolved
1. interinvolve [v] - See also: interinvolve
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Literary usage of Interinvolved
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Junior High School by Leonard Vincent Koos (1920)
"... completely separate and distinct from each other, but are, instead, much interinvolved. The features, also, have intimate relationships with each other. ..."
2. How to Learn Easily: Practical Hints on Economical Study by George Van Ness Dearborn (1916)
"... so myriad are they and so complex and interinvolved. We should keep all our senses open, therefore, to "light" of every kind imaginable, ..."
3. Manual of Ready Reference to Classic Fiction: Containing Brief Analyses of by Marion Mills Miller (1909)
"A story of English country gentry, in which a number of interinvolved love affairs are presented, that of the heroine remaining to the last, ..."
4. Liber Humanitatis: A Series of Essays on Various Aspects of Spiritual and by Dora Greenwell (1875)
"... from our bodily nature, will be found to be greatly interinvolved with it, and some of them are traceable to its perverted union with the intellect. ..."