Definitions of interconnected

  1. operating as a unit; " a unified utility system"; " a coordinated program"
  2. reciprocally connected

Usage examples for interconnected

  1. There, a mass of compact boxes were piled one on another, and interconnected in various and indeterminate ways. – Invaders from the Infinite by John Wood Campbell
  2. In a more interconnected world, this diversity can be our greatest strength. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  3. Thus the individuals, while remaining independent, are materially and continuously interconnected, like strawberry plants whose runners are joined together.... – The Forerunners by Romain Rolland
  4. Notes with double stems must be distinguished from notes with single stems by means of stronger shadings, for they are mutually interconnected. – Chopin: The Man and His Music by James Huneker
  5. Interconnected with the state agricultural colleges, the program used representatives known as county agents to advise and educate the farmers. – Frying Pan Farm by Elizabeth Brown Pryor
  6. To that end, I have attempted to present a collection of individual but interconnected stories, bound by their links to the international computer underground. – Underground by Suelette Dreyfus
  7. He has taken nature in the past as we find it to- day: an interconnected whole, in which the changes of land and sea, of heat and cold, of swamp and hill, are faithfully reflected in the forms of its living population. – The Story of Evolution by Joseph McCabe
  8. Speed is high if the computers are interconnected with fixed, high- capacity lines. – The Online World by Odd de Presno
  9. His next inventive step covered the division of a large city district into a number of small sub- stations supplying current through an interconnected network of conductors, thus reducing expenditure for copper to some extent, because each distribution unit was small and limited the drop. – Edison, His Life and Inventions by Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
  10. He helped to diffuse the notion that all the institutions of a society or a notion are as closely interconnected as the parts of a living organism. – Darwin and Modern Science by A.C. Seward and Others
  11. This idea that pleasure was interconnected with all pursuits, a viand of a thought, could well have become a repast if not a banquet for discernment; and as an artist's dissertation was done on canvas, ideas for a painting, now raw feeling boiling to the rim, were on the verge of being shaped in his mind. – An Apostate: Nawin of Thais by Steven Sills
  12. Port Nichay, the only city, actually the only inhabited point on Jontarou, was beautiful and quiet, a pattern of vast but elegantly slender towers, each separated from the others by four or five miles of rolling parkland and interconnected only by the threads of transparent skyways. – Novice by James H. Schmitz
  13. His position was naturally felt as a direct menace by the neighbouring states of Babylon and Lydia, whose royal families were interconnected. – Ancient Egypt by George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman
  14. Biokinesiology works because every organ and gland in the body is interconnected with other parts of the body through nerve pathways and nerve transmissions, which are electrical and can be measured through muscle testing. – How and When to Be Your Own Doctor by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon
  15. The modern theory of international trade does not say that between two particular countries, or at any one particular point of time there is an equivalence of exchange, but that between a circle of commercially interconnected countries, and over a certain cycle of time or operations, there is an equivalence of exchange of goods and services. – The History of Currency, 1252 to 1896 by William Arthur Shaw
  16. Two systems were interconnected for exchange of electronic mail. – The Online World by Odd de Presno