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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERACTING

There is an interacting and interweaving of the facts and principles.

Interacting with changes in property rights are racial differences.

Surely knowing is only one way of interacting with reality and adding to its effect.

It would take a tremendous amount of coincidence to put all three of the interacting systems out of order at once.

The forces of the personality are not set, but plastic, and are constantly acting and interacting upon one another.

The remainder of it was free of the limitation of distance, touching and interacting with the minds of three other men.

These, interacting freely through continuity, virtually become one in their operations.

This projection is a direct way of identifying oneself and thus of becoming part of an interacting group of people.

Interacting with such a system means that the person becomes involved in the inside of images, sounds, and movements.

An excellent theoretical study of the family as a unity of interacting members is presented in Bosanquet, The Family.

WORD ORIGIN

"to act on each other," 1805, from inter- + act (v.). Related: Interacted; interacting.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.