connecting or between oceans: an interoceanic canal.
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How to use interoceanic in a sentence
The interoceanic is now merged into the new consolidation arrangement.Mexico | Charles Reginald Enock
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
Difficulties concerning interoceanic transit through Nicaragua are in course of amicable adjustment.The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Seven | Abraham Lincoln
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