verb (used with object), in·ter·pen·e·trat·ed, in·ter·pen·e·trat·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ter·pen·e·trat·ed, in·ter·pen·e·trat·ing.
- interpeduncular nucleus,
- interpelviabdominal amputation,
- interpersonal theory,
- interpersonal therapy,
- interphalangeal joint
Origin of interpenetrate
Examples from the Web for interpenetrate
Indeed, they interpenetrate to such a degree that even the use of the word "state" is apt to be misleading.Bergson and His Philosophy|J. Alexander Gunn
Present-day man possesses four bodies of increasing fineness, the elements of which interpenetrate.Reincarnation|Th. Pascal
Each atom is surrounded by a field, formed of the atoms of the four higher planes, which surround and interpenetrate it.Occult Chemistry|Annie Besant and Charles W. Leadbeater
Ethics and science have their own domains, which touch but do not interpenetrate.
The different kinds of matter wholly intermingle and interpenetrate each other.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace