Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In heraldry, same as counterchanged, 2.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of interchange.

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Examples

  • There was scarce a word interchanged, and no common sentiment but that of cold united us, until at length, having touched at Greenock, a pointing arm and a rush to the starboard now announced that our ocean steamer was in sight.

    Essays of Travel

  • There was a throng, a constant coming and going; calls interchanged, orders given and executed with shouts; the rattle of blocks, the flinging about of coils of rope.

    Almayer's Folly

  • There was a throng, a constant coming and going; calls interchanged, orders given and executed with shouts; the rattle of blocks, the flinging about of coils of rope.

    Almayer's Folly: a story of an Eastern river

  • What charade Colonel Dent and his party played, what word they chose, how they acquitted themselves, I no longer remember; but I still see the consultation which followed each scene: I see Mr. Rochester turn to Miss Ingram, and Miss Ingram to him; I see her incline her head towards him, till the jetty curls almost touch his shoulder and wave against his cheek; I hear their mutual whisperings; I recall their interchanged glances; and something even of the feeling roused by the spectacle returns in memory at this moment.

    Jane Eyre: an autobiography, Vol. I.

  • Partha Bhattacharyya said figures were "interchanged" in two places and termed them as

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • ‘Honain, I have not yet interchanged a word with you in private.

    Chapter 3 - Part X

  • I made about 200 mini chocolates and 200 mini yellow buttermilk cupcakes and interchanged chocolate fudge and vanilla buttercreams.

    MINI CHOCOLATE & VANILLA CUPCAKES

  • I may have complained just a little, and maybe some gods were interchanged with our bodies.

    silent rise at the opening

  • David also mentioned people are starting to use the term kernelization as a label for the process of taking physics routines and packaging them so that they can be interchanged more easily.

    2009 December | Serendipity

  • I made about 200 mini chocolates and 200 mini yellow buttermilk cupcakes and interchanged chocolate fudge and vanilla buttercreams.

    Archive 2009-03-01

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