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- v. To have mutual communication or intercourse by conversation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To intercommunicate.
- intransitive v. To have mutual communication or intercourse by conversation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To commune together or jointly; unite in communion or intercourse.
- To hold communication or intercourse: as, to intercommune with rebels.
The Bower is biggit on the verra march line, 'she explained,' an 'the ben is ower on the Scots side whaur we intercommune,' and Meg, with her arms akimbo and her mouth on the grin, contemplated her enemy in scornful triumph.
For they should either pull off the vizor quite, and say plainly that man is all body (as some of them do, that take away all mental being), or, if they will allow us to have two distinct natures, they should then leave to each its proper good and evil, agreeable and disagreeable; as we find it to be with our senses, each of which is peculiarly adapted to its own sensible, though they all very strangely intercommune one with another.
I fancy Mr. Morritt is in the secret; yet, as I am not certain, I will keep on the secure side and not mention it when I write to him, however one may long to _intercommune_ on such subjects with those likely to hold the same faith. "