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verb as in cut across; cross at a point

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Look for tangentially related topics to your business, where the search volumes might not be as high, but the topic still intersects with your audience and can bring relevant visitors.

In four-dimensional space, it is possible to embed the Klein bottle so that it doesn’t intersect itself.

What they really wanted to know was whether every rotation of the Möbius strip intersects the original copy.

In 2015 that discrimination intersected with a rapidly spreading disease, during the Middle East respiratory syndrome outbreak.

It was surrounded by walls made of large tufa blocks, while being intersected by two main streets.

Their lives are falling apart, but they intersect in interesting, tragic, and instructive ways.

These poems exist in the place where human invention and logic intersect.

And, of course, stories are handed down in the family of women whose lives intersect with the historical figures in the novel.

Within that broader system, different forms of discrimination intersect, feed off of, and reinforce each other.

The estuary where religion and politics intersect is constantly changing.

They are for the most part straight, and intersect each other at approximate right angles.

(e) No part of the counter shall intersect a triangle or the produced perpendicular thereof shown on p. 186.

On the higher ridges which intersect the coast at short distances from the sea, the potatoe grows wild.

They resemble "two circles joined together so as to intersect one another slightly," or "a long oval pinched in at the middle."

It is only where rivers intersect the plain that oases of luxuriant vegetation are formed.


On this page you'll find 35 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intersect, such as: cross, converge, bisect, criss-cross, crosscut, and cut.

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