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  • adj. Lying between; intervening; intermediate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Lying between; intervening; intermediate.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Intermediate; intervening; intervenient.
  • n. A fissure in the parietal lobe of the brain.


inter- +‎ medial: compare Latin intermedius. (Wiktionary)


  • It exposes Gysin as a restless experimenter with a consistent vision, an inconsistent style, and an enduring commitment to several art forms, not least hybrid, intermedial practices such as visual poetry and performance art.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: Brion Gysin, Together at Last

  • Similarly, her intermedial kin Ehrenberg helped pioneer what also became an important artistic approach to changing minds in the social sphere, by imbuing his art with ethnic address.

    Peter Frank: Blague d'Art: Up Against the Walls

  • "We had intermedial victories before, and we won our first medal when I was a kid in a small fishing village in Iceland, and I remember vividly, what a national celebration that was."

    Iceland eyes gold medal in handball

  • She is the author of various publications concerning intermedial aspects of photography (theater, dance, film and arts) and the history of photography.

    Anja Hellhammer.

  • Chrysalis or - id: applied specifically to the intermedial stage between larva and adult in butterflies: see pupa.

    Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology

  • The axons of the mitral cells on reaching the olfactory trigone separate into three bundles, the lateral olfactory stria, the medial olfactory stria and the less marked intermedial olfactory stria.

    IX. Neurology. 4e. Composition and Central Connections of the Spinal Nerves

  • Aguamiros with the Rio Chavinillo, which issues from the lake Llauricocha in a longitudinal valley bounded by the western and the intermedial chain of the Andes.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • Andes, as was affirmed at a period when it was gratuitously supposed that, wherever mountains are divided into parallel chains, the intermedial or central ridge must be more elevated than the others.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • The falls of water begin only where the Amazon turns toward the east, crossing the intermedial chain of the Andes, which widens considerably toward the north.

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America

  • The intermedial chain separates the waters of the Upper Maranon from those of the Guallaga, and over a long space reaches only the small elevation of a thousand toises; it enters the region of perpetual snow to the south of Huanuco in the Cordillera of

    Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America


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  • In contemporary visual-art practice, this refers to works that cross different media (for instance, that combine painting and video; installation and social action; intervention and performance, etc.).

    November 25, 2011