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Definition of "interrelation" [in•ter•re•la•tion]

  • Mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation. (noun)

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Use "interrelation" in a sentence
  • "But it is also arguing with the old "modernist" or formalist fetish for Gauguin, the sense common in the history of music and literature as well that the only thing that matters in art is the purely formal, the innovative, the interrelation with other art, not the reflection of the artist and his times."
  • "In Taoism, the greatest leaders deeply appreciate the interrelation between ying and yang, or positive and negative."
  • "These initial flirtations with the interrelation of geometric forms betray a recurring interest, particularly pronounced when she defected to the Neo-Concretist movement, in subverting the idea of bounded space."