- pronounced during the course of an action, as a decision; not finally decisive of a case.
- pertaining to an intermediate decision.
Origin of interlocutory
OTHER WORDS FROM interlocutoryin·ter·loc·u·to·ri·ly, adverb
Words nearby interlocutory
How to use interlocutory in a sentence
So there is an interlocutory question, and, as it seems, only experiment can solve it.
An injunction obtained on interlocutory application during the progress of an action is superseded by the trial.
And two or three other interlocutory remarks like that, meaning nothing in particular.The Whole Family|William Dean Howells, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Mary Heaton
The appeal is both on fact and on law, and applies to interlocutory or preparatory as well as to final judgments.
The quorum for final appeals is three, for interlocutory appeals two judges.