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mutuality

[ myoo-choo-al-i-tee ]

noun

  1. condition or quality of being mutual; reciprocity; mutual dependence.


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Other Words From

  • nonmu·tu·ali·ty noun

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Word History and Origins

Origin of mutuality1

First recorded in 1580–90; mutual + -ity

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Example Sentences

What matters is mutuality, and for that you need transparency and agreement.

But it was tempered with reminders of the need for mutuality, for interdependence.

Another element in a contract is mutuality, a meeting of minds in the same sense.

As soon as this mutuality is broken the habitual criteria of the real again become operative.

There was a mutuality of interest or a unity of Brown and the cause of Freedom.

The secret of true Marriage is in mutuality of character, harmony of sentiment and action, congeniality of spirit.

Our few exclamatory words revealed the mutuality of the thoughts in which we rested from our common sufferings.

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