Definition of Mutual understanding

1. Noun. Sympathy of each person for the other.

Exact synonyms: Mutual Affection
Generic synonyms: Sympathy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mutual Understanding

mutual affection
mutual aid
mutual exclusiveness
mutual fund
mutual funds
mutual inductance
mutual induction
mutual information
mutual opposition
mutual resemblance
mutual resistance
mutual savings bank
mutual understanding (current term)
mutual will
mutual wills
mutualisation
mutualise
mutualised
mutualises
mutualising
mutualism
mutualisms
mutualist
mutualistic
mutualistic symbiosis
mutualists
mutualities

Literary usage of Mutual understanding

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1. Engineering and Architectural Jurisprudence: A Presentation of the Law of by John Cassan Wait (1898)
"There Must be mutual understanding.—The fourth essential element of a valid and binding contract is a mutual understanding between the parties as to the ..."

2. The Law of Contracts: A Text-book for Technical Schools of Engineering and by John Cassan Wait (1901)
"There Must be mutual understanding.—The fourth essential element of a valid and binding contract is a mutual understanding between the parties as to the ..."

3. The Law of Contracts: A Text-book for Technical Schools of Engineering and by John Cassan Wait (1901)
"There Must be mutual understanding.—The fourth essential element of a valid and binding contract is a mutual understanding between the parties as to the ..."

4. The Emperor Charles V by Edward Armstrong (1902)
"CHAPTER VI Importance of a mutual understanding to Pope and Emperor—Leo X.'s attitude during the Imperial election and afterwards—He finally decides for ..."

5. The Bishop of Cottontown: A Story of the Southern Cotton Mills by John Trotwood Moore (1906)
"... CHAPTER IX A mutual understanding IN the library, Travis and Mrs. Westmore sat for some time in silence. Travis, as usual, smoked, in his thoughtful way ..."

6. Ethics: Descriptive and Explanatory by Sidney Edward Mezes (1900)
"(2) In order to an agreement there must also be a proposal, an acceptance, and an identical or mutual understanding, "the meeting of minds in one and the ..."

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