[ UK /ˌɪntəlˈɒkɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈɪntɝˌɫɑkɪŋ/ ]
  1. linked or locked closely together as by dovetailing
  1. contact by fitting together
    the meshing of gears
    the engagement of the clutch
  2. the act of interlocking or meshing
    an interlocking of arms by the police held the crowd in check
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How To Use interlocking In A Sentence

  • Conseco has no investment bankers, legal counsel, commercial bankers, or consultants doing business with the company on its board, nor are there any interlocking directorates.
  • To make your life a sound structrure that will serve others and fulfil your own potential, you have to remember that strength, however massive , can't endure unless it has the interlocking supprt of others. Go it alone and you'll inevitably tumble. 
  • Schiff's forms depend (like Marianne Moore's) on interlocking enjambments, on syllabics, and on baroque grammar, or else (unlike Moore's) on dense repetitions derived from Provençal forms.
  • Ionic exchange membrane to alkali is advanced technology in the world nowadays, the craft-interlocking device occupy the important position in the production.
  • Sterling weakened this week for two interlocking reasons. Times, Sunday Times
  • Much like any brick or block wall, an interlocking block wall needs a solid foundation.
  • The plan was to have a cross set inside the twin interlocking triangles of the Star of David. The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy
  • Overall, Eva's function in the narrative clearly exceeds that of foil to the interlocking systems Thomson lists as ‘racism, sexism, ableism and classism’.
  • The ecosystem can be redefined as interlocking life systems.
  • There were also artillery batteries and thousands of yards of interlocking systems of barbed wire defences.
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