### Definition of Intersects

1. Verb. (third-person singular of intersect) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Intersects

 intersectintersectantintersectarianintersectedintersectinintersectingintersectinsintersectiointersectio tendineaintersection intersection pointintersectionalintersectionalismintersectionesintersectionsintersectsintersegmentintersegmentalintersegmental fasciculiintersegmental part of pulmonary vein intersegmental veinsinterseismicintersensoryinterseptalinterseptovalvularinterseptovalvular spaceinterseptumintersertintersertedinterserting

### Literary usage of Intersects

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Descriptive Geometry by Ervin Kenison, Harry Cyrus Bradley (1917)
"Hence c is the required point in which A intersects Q. The solution thus depends directly ... To find the point in which a straight tine intersects a plane. ..."

2. Descriptive Geometry by Ervin Kenison, Harry Cyrus Bradley (1917)
"Hence c is the required point in which A intersects Q. The solution thus depends directly ... To.find the point in which a straight line intersects a plane. ..."

3. Projective Differential geometry of Curves and ruled Surfaces by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1906)
"If a ruled surface belongs to a linear congruence with distinct directrices, every asymptotic curve intersects each generator in two points which divide the ..."

4. Reference Guides that Should be Known and how to Use Them: A Series of Eight by Florence May Hopkins (1916)
"Paved with brick to Port, with cedar from Port to Howard, and with brick from Howard to Michigan av. Fort (438) Intersects. 47 Cull Louisa Mrs 60-54 ..."

5. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by James Clerk Maxwell (1904)
"... but consists of n or some smaller number of closed curves. If the nodal line intersects itself, then the point P is on a line of equilibrium ..."

6. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1878)
"was required for the Pi-ho river, which intersects the line. The apparatus used are Morse's die-writers worked by Leclanché elements. ..."