- connecting or between oceans: an interoceanic canal.
Origin of interoceanic
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The Interoceanic is now merged into the new consolidation arrangement.Mexico
Charles Reginald Enock
This interoceanic route is destined to become a very important factor in commerce.Commercial Geography</p>
Jacques W. Redway
The general plan includes both an interoceanic railroad and links in the intercontinental or north and south lines.Guatemala, the country of the future
Charles M. Pepper
America becomes at once interoceanic and mediterranean, commanding the two oceans, and mediating between Europe and Asia.
The Panama railway marked the beginning of a new era in the history of interoceanic communication.The American Type of Isthmian Canal
John Fairfield Dryden