interstate[ adjective in-ter-steyt; noun in-ter-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF interstate
Synonyms for interstate
- government civic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERSTATE
Interfamily, intercommunity, interstate,and international hygiene.
The regulation of interstate commerce was not a party measure.
The Interstate Commerce Law was revised and strengthened in 1910.
Free passes, on interstate railroads, forbidden by law, 313.
The Interstate Commerce Law was still new when he took office.
We have interstate commerce, foreign commerce and commerce with the Indians.
We do not drag religion into the interstate commerce debate.
They had been before the Interstate Commerce Commission since 1889.
They are in most cases little more than interstate compacts.
About half of these were deposits of interstate corporations.