intermediaries

[ in-ter-mee-dee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermediaries
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERMEDIARIES

Thus health and sickness are contraries, though they have no intermediaries.

These impressions are the intermediaries of our ideas of time.

They have come by these intermediaries of the religious sects from Syria and the Balkans.

I suppose Richard employed the gipsies as his intermediaries.

These intermediaries have very defined and life-like characters.

They were the intermediaries between the justices and the petty constables.

The Vegetarians declare then for the abolition of intermediaries and for direct consumption.

The powers will appoint special agents, who shall be intermediaries between them and the tribunal; they will also appoint counsel.

They bring business to the agents de change, and act as intermediaries between them and other parties.

The multitude of intermediaries involved in fabricating one finished product is far beyond our direct involvement.

WORD ORIGIN

1788 (adj.); 1791 (n.), from French intermédiaire (17c.), from Medieval Latin intermedium, from Latin intermedius (see intermediate).

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