intermediate[ in-ter-mee-dee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF intermediate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERMEDIATE
Then the intermediate state of rest will be pleasure and will also be pain?
A state which is intermediate, and a sort of repose of the soul about either—that is what you mean?
There are no intermediate steps which lead from one to the other.
For in passing from the greater to the less it must reach an intermediate point, which is equality.
Now these spirits or intermediate powers are many and diverse, and one of them is Love.'
Some actions are intermediate between the voluntary and involuntary.
The cause of both is anger, and both are intermediate between voluntary and involuntary.
From 10x12 feet down to 5x6 and all intermediate distances are practiced.
The word itself does not mean to "harden," but to put into some intermediate state.
Osculant: intermediate in character between two groups or series.