- between or among others; intervening; intermediate.
Origin of interjacent
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Its appearance was such as interjacent Air would have caused, and it exhibited the same Colours.Opticks
Lying at a distance of six miles from Mount Tabor, it commanded the interjacent plain and the sea-coast to Acre.Secret Societies of the Middle Ages
Because their colours are always tinted by the deepening hues of the interjacent atmosphere.
Their cavalry and chariots of war filled the interjacent field with great tumult and boundings to and fro.
- located in between; intervening
C16: from Latin interjacēnt-, from interjacēre, from inter- + jacēre to lie
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Word Origin and History for interjacent
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