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Friday, January 09, 2015

Definitions for interosculate

  1. to form a connecting link.
  2. to interpenetrate; inosculate.

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Citations for interosculate
How all these words in the foregoing interrelate, interosculate, contaminate, and ape each other. Walter Redfern, “A Little Bird Tells Us: Parrots in Flaubert, Queneau, Beckett (and Tutti Quanti),” Laughter and Power, edited by John Parkin and John Phillips, 2006
These demarcations interosculate with conflicting twentieth-century images of modernity and state development that have perfused the Indonesian archipelago. Lorraine V. Aragon, Fields of the Lord, 2000
Origin of interosculate
1880-1885
Interosculate entered English in the late 1800s from osculate meaning "to come into close contact or union" and the prefix inter- meaning "between" or “among.”
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