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Definition of "interoceanic" [in•ter•o•ce•an•ic]

  • Between oceans; connecting two oceans (adjective)

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Use "interoceanic" in a sentence
  • "MN An interoceanic route linked Veracruz with Mexico; then, after following a descending route it reached the city of Acapulco on the Pacific coast."
  • "Its interoceanic waterway would be the world's largest, but faces significant hurdles."
  • "It was John Tyler Morgan, everyone knew, who had worked longest and hardest for congressional support for the ill-fated Maritime Canal Company, who had been the author of several canal bills, who had done more to inform the public, heard more testimony, read more, asked more questions, and had more information on the entire subject of an interoceanic passage than any figure of either party."
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