- intralobular duct,
- intramural hematoma,
- intramural pregnancy,
- intranasal anesthesia
Origin of intramural
Examples from the Web for intramural
Both agencies, especially the CIA, had intramural interests for dissembling and hiding the true facts.
Everybody knows that an intramural churchyard has a tendency to enlarge itself—not in area, but in perpendicularity.Punch - Volume 25 (Jul-Dec 1853)|Various
Havana has two quarters, the intramural and the extramural; the former lies along the bay.
The latter accord more with ancient cities which were intramural.The Jenolan Caves|Samuel Cook
The intramural road is about three miles around, and makes the trip in seventeen minutes.The Adventures of Uncle Jeremiah and Family at the Great Fair|Charles McCellan Stevens (AKA 'Quondam')
Another more constant pollution of the air was that resulting from intramural burial.The Sanitary Evolution of London|Henry Lorenzo Jephson
1846, literally "within the walls," from intra- "within" + Latin muralis "pertaining to a wall," from murus "wall" (see mural). Activity "within the walls" of a city, building, community, school, etc. Equivalent to Late Latin intramuranus.