Definition of Intercommunication

1. Noun. Mutual communication; communication with each other. "They intercepted intercommunication between enemy ships"

Generic synonyms: Communicating, Communication
Specialized synonyms: Intercourse, Social Intercourse
Derivative terms: Intercommunicate



Definition of Intercommunication

1. n. Mutual communication.

Definition of Intercommunication

1. Noun. Mutual communication. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intercommunication

intercommon
intercommonage
intercommoned
intercommoning
intercommons
intercommunal
intercommuned
intercommunes
intercommunicability
intercommunicable
intercommunicate
intercommunicated
intercommunicates
intercommunicating
intercommunication (current term)
intercommunication system
intercommuning
intercommunion
intercommunions
intercommunity
intercommuting
intercompany
intercompare
intercompared
intercompares
intercomparing
intercomparison
intercomparisons
intercompartment

Literary usage of Intercommunication

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1. Liberty and Law, Or, Outlines of a New System for the Organization and by Britton Armstrong Hill (1880)
"PUBLIC intercommunication. GENERAL PRINCIPLES. Having shown the duties of the government in regard to the preservation of the physical health, strength, ..."

2. Liberty and Law Under Federative Government by Britton Armstrong Hill (1874)
"PUBLIC intercommunication. GENERAL PRINCIPLES. I. HAVING shown the duties of the government in regard to the preservation of the physical health, ..."

3. The Law of Railways: Embracing Corporations, Eminent Domain, Contracts by Isaac Fletcher Redfield (1873)
"One of the chief occasions for the exercise of this right is, in creating the necessary facilities for intercommunication, which in this country is now very ..."

4. Animal Behaviour by Conwy Lloyd Morgan (1908)
"intercommunication The foundations of intercommunication, like those of imitation, are laid in certain instinctive modes of response, ..."

5. Labor Maintenance: A Practical Handbook of Employees' Service Work by Daniel Bloomfield (1920)
"intercommunication of a personal sort is difficult and workers know little of what is going on in departments other than those in which they work, ..."

6. The Gentleman's House: Or, How to Plan English Residences, from the by Robert Kerr (1865)
"Door of intercommunication. — Light and ventilation, &c. ... On the contrary, the door of intercommunication and the internal arrangements of both rooms ..."

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