Definitions

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  • adj. Pertaining to the mutual intercourse or relations of persons in society.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to the mutual intercourse or relations of persons in society; social.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to intercourse or association; having mutual relations or intercourse; social.

Etymologies

inter- +‎ social (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I would like to point out that even if more unmarried men lead to intrasocial instability, whether this will lead to intersocial violence is not clear.

    China's Future: A Clockwork Orange?

  • Along with facilitating interpersonal and intersocial exchanges, general access to information has the effect of transmuting the cumulative learning of the ages, until recently the preserve of privileged elites, into the patrimony of the entire human family, without distinction of nation, race or culture.

    One Common Faith

  • The personal, intersocial, sympathetic, moral, and religious relations and obligations, would have to be summarily set aside for future revision, if not for sweeping rejection.

    Life: Its True Genesis

  • Swithin's doings and discoveries in the southern sidereal system were, no doubt, incidents of the highest importance to him; and yet from an intersocial point of view they served but the humble purpose of killing time, while other doings, more nearly allied to his heart than to his understanding, developed themselves at home.

    Two on a Tower

  • It takes a lot to create a safe space, and there are few venues that create as much intersocial collision as a rock show.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Among the various types and kinds of general intersocial volition, about ten have something to do with political freedom.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • This Club was of an inclusive and intersocial character; to a degree, indeed, remarkable for the part of England in which it had its being -- dear, delightful Wessex, whose statuesque dynasties are even now only just beginning to feel the shaking of the new and strange spirit without, like that which entered the lonely valley of Ezekiel's vision and made the dry bones move: where the honest squires, tradesmen, parsons, clerks, and people still praise the Lord with one voice for His best of all possible worlds.

    A Group of Noble Dames

  • Swithin’s doings and discoveries in the southern sidereal system were, no doubt, incidents of the highest importance to him; and yet from an intersocial point of view they served but the humble purpose of killing time, while other doings, more nearly allied to his heart than to his understanding, developed themselves at home.

    Two on a Tower

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