from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inclined to be communicative with each other; disposed toward mutual exchange of opinions, knowledge, or facts.
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The race of men constitute one vast, nervy body, with all the members vitally interdependent, vitally intercommunicative, inherently one and whole, every part related to every other part in community of interest, and every part suffering in so far as any part is undeveloped or bruised or broken.
Very often the words are merely the punctuation of thought, rather the crests of the long waves of intercommunicative silences.
Everybody in these civilised, intercommunicative days seems arrested: everybody is a compromise.
Her transparency displayed to him all the common virtues, and a serene possession of the inestimable and eminent one outweighing all; but charm, wit, ardour, intercommunicative quickness, and kindling beauty, airy grace, were qualities that a man, it seemed, had to look for in women spotted by a doubt of their having the chief and priceless.
Philosophy in fiction tells, among various other matters, of the perils of this intimate acquaintance with a flattering familiar in the 'purer' -- a person who more than ceases to be of else to us after his ideal shall have led up men from their flint and arrowhead caverns to intercommunicative daylight.
Throughout the latticework structure of the TRN, conscious perception could be accomplished and elaborated through accumulating intercommunicative processing across the first-order input signal and the higher-order signals from its functionally associated cortices.
I'm not exactly asking that we leverage our virtual core synergies to create an interpersonal value proposition that can be horizontally migrated into the intercommunicative whitespaces of the vertically interconnected mediaspace.