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Definition of "interlineal" [in•ter•lin•e•al]

  • Interlinear (adjective)

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Use "interlineal" in a sentence
  • "Apparently composed to celebrate the marriage of a man and woman — not necessarily a ruler and his consort — it is interpreted by Mao's interlineal commentary so as to describe the appropriate behavior of a consort:"
  • "Within these lines she made little dots at the top and bottom of stubby perpendicular strokes, and strange interlineal hieroglyphics, and sweeping curves, all of which would have puzzled an"
  • "The most curious feature of the performance is that here again it is from end to end a travesty of Éliphas Lévi, slice after slice from his chief writings, combined with interlineal additions, which give them a sense diametrically opposed to that of the great magus."
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