from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • pro. Used to indicate a reciprocal relationship or reciprocal actions among the members of the set referred to by the antecedent, often with the implication that the actions are temporally ordered: The students help one another. The waiters followed one another into the room. See Usage Note at each other.

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  • pro. Used of a reciprocal relationship among a group of two or more people or things; compare each other.


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