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Definition of "mutuality" [mu•tu•al•i•ty]

  • The property of being mutual. (noun)

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Use "mutuality" in a sentence
  • "The two interacting subjects cannot act together unless some kind of mutuality is established."
  • "In reality, many not only found the idea of mutuality "" inconvenient ''; they flat-out didn't accept it."
  • "Normans employed sophisticated feudalism as their engine; the Iroquois, a shade more egalitarian, employed the notion of mutuality and common law but were just as ruthless in establishing it."