• WordNet 3.6
    • v intercommunicate transmit thoughts or feelings "He communicated his anxieties to the psychiatrist"
    • v intercommunicate be interconnected, afford passage "These rooms intercommunicate"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. i Intercommunicate To communicate mutually; to hold mutual communication.
    • v. t Intercommunicate To communicate mutually; to interchange.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • intercommunicate To have or hold reciprocal communication.
    • intercommunicate To communicate reciprocally; transmit to and from each other.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Intercommunicate to communicate between or mutually
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In literature:

As for organized systems of intercommunication, they were unknown even under the rule of a Pericles or a Caesar.
"The History of the Telephone" by Herbert N. Casson
As a part of this intercommunication one learns much from others.
"Democracy and Education" by John Dewey
These restraints upon intercommunication tended powerfully to promote the general benighted condition.
"History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science" by John William Draper
It would make intercommunication in a measure ungeneral.
"Following the Equator, Complete" by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
The rooms of our suite were intercommunicating so that you could pass from one to the other without going into the corridor at all.
"The Man with the Clubfoot" by Valentine Williams
There alone was Latin, the universal medium of continental intercommunication, taught and spoken.
"Early Britain" by Grant Allen
In the morning I learned that there were three intercommunicating wards.
"Sixteen Months in Four German Prisons" by Henry Charles Mahoney
That railways, telegraph, and telephone lines, and all other common and necessary means of intercommunication be eventually nationalized.
"Kelly Miller's History of the World War for Human Rights" by Kelly Miller
Rapid intercommunication will bring about changes, whereat politicians and ethnologists shall wonder.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 439" by Various
Intercommunication in the biological sense has been allowed to run at haphazard.
"The Psychology of Nations" by G.E. Partridge
If he did, he wadna be amang the intercommuned.
"Hunted and Harried" by R.M. Ballantyne
The two systems have free intercommunication, ganglia being at the junctions.
"Special Report on Diseases of the Horse" by United States Department of Agriculture
How much do not education and the intercommunication of ideas increase our powers and vivacity of perception.
"Evolution, Old & New" by Samuel Butler
These three rooms have no intercommunication.
"Archeological Expedition to Arizona in 1895" by Jesse Walter Fewkes
Want of roads and intercommunication forbade it.
"The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 1 (2 vols)" by Thomas De Quincey
The means of intercommunication are as primitive as those of Colombia.
"Commercial Geography" by Jacques W. Redway
But intercommunications are so many and so close that geographical relations have few reasons to be considered.
"Fundamental Peace Ideas including The Westphalian Peace Treaty (1648) and The League Of Nations (1919)" by Arthur Mac Donald
These marshes are threaded, cobweb fashion, by myriads of lines of water and mud that intercommunicate.
"A Book of Ghosts" by Sabine Baring-Gould
Almost the sole means of travel, of intercommunication among these people, and between themselves and the whites, is the canoe.
"Cruisings in the Cascades" by George O. Shields
But I will answer you; and I trust that I shall be forgiven for intercommuning with one who lives in open rebellion to the saints!
"The Vicar of Wrexhill" by Mrs [Frances] Trollope

In news:

That's one of the lessons that nurse leaders can take away from Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, a 444-bed hospital in Whittier, Calif that is striving to provide the best possible care to patients.
"Parts of the brain communicate with one another very strongly, so they form a sort of module of intercommunicating regions of the brain," said first author Danielle S Bassett.

In science:

We introduce a stochastic approximation version extending DILOC to random environments when the knowledge about the intercommunications among sensors and the inter-sensor distances are noisy, and the communication links among neighbors fail at random times.
Distributed Sensor Localization in Random Environments using Minimal Number of Anchor Nodes
The algorithm consists in replacing edge weights of the original graph with the elements of the similarity matrix, so that external (intercommunity) links get smaller weights, and the internal ones get larger weights.
Maximal entropy random walk in community finding
These practices are referred to as “cycle harvesting” or “workstation farms” and share the intercommunication network with external systems and services, not directly related to the coordinated multi-node computation.
Cluster Computing White Paper
OLE2 offers a set of interfaces (Object Oriented) that allows applications to intercommunicate.
Cluster Computing White Paper
An ontology agent together with a broker agent provide the basic support for enabling the agents to interconnect and intercommunicate.
Information Integration and Computational Logic
Complexity Measures: The computational complexity of distributed deterministic algorithms using shared memory is commonly expressed in number and type of intercommunication primitives required and the maximum number of sequential read/writes by any single process in a system execution.
Randomized Two-Process Wait-Free Test-and-Set
An irreducible Markov chain is a chain where all states intercommunicate.
Self-Organisation of Evolving Agent Populations in Digital Ecosystems