verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
- interlobular duct,
- interlobular emphysema,
- interlobular pleurisy,
- interlobular vein of kidney,
- interlobular vein of liver,
- interlocking directorate,
- interlocking directorates,
Origin of interlock
Examples from the Web for interlocking
If the book were a piece of music, it would be a sonata of interlocking monologues.
Rather, the culprit here is a variety of interlocking factors.
As it turns out, there are multiple, interlocking answers which range from Sigmund Freud to the pharmaceutical industry.America’s Depression Diagnoses Epidemic and How to Fix It|Jesse Singal|March 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Canvas By Benjamin Stein Two interlocking narratives drive toward the heart of a mystery about memory and identity.Hot Reads, Sept. 17, 2012: ‘Sutton,’ ‘The Canvas,’ ‘Ike’s Bluff’|Nicholas Mancusi|September 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
International air travel is now a vast, interlocking system—and growing by the day.
Presently he clasped them in front of him, interlocking his fingers, one thumb meanwhile chasing another.Abraham Lincoln, Volume 2 (of 2)|William H. Herndon
The pedicle can then be secured with a series of interlocking ligatures.
The whole fabric of Chinese life was made up of interlocking patterns; the West, by destroying a part, tore the whole asunder.Government in Republican China|Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
The frame was simply two strong crotches set firmly in the ground at a distance of eight feet apart, and interlocking at top.Woodcraft and Camping|George Washington Sears (Nessmuk)
She had sunk to a chair, and rocked there, her fingers locking and interlocking, her face a mask of pain unutterable.The Sea-Hawk|Raphael Sabatini