Word:

Interlocutory

In`ter`loc´u`to`ry
a.1.
1.Consisting of, or having the nature of, dialogue; conversational.
Interlocutory discourses in the Holy Scriptures.
- Fiddes.
2.(Law) Intermediate; not final or definitive; made or done during the progress of an action; as, an interlocutory judgement.
n.1.Interpolated discussion or dialogue.
Adj.1.interlocutory - consisting of dialogue

INTERLOCUTORY. This word is applied to signify something which is done between the commencement and the end of a suit or action which decides some point or matter, which however is not a final decision of the matter in issue; as, interlocutory judgments, or decrees or orders. Vide Judgment, interlocutory.

arbitrational, arbitrative, chatty, chitchatty, colloquial, coming between, communicative, confabulatory, conversational, cozy, going between, intercessional, intercessory, intermedial, intermediary, intermediate, intermediatory, intervening, interventional, mediating, mediative, mediatorial, mediatory, mesne, middle, pacificatory
Browse
Interlineation
interlingua
interlingual rendition
Interlining
Interlink
interlinking
Interlisp
Interlisp-10
Interlisp-D
Interlobar
Interlobular
Interlocation
Interlock
interlocking
Interlocution
Interlocutor
-- Interlocutory --
interlocutory injunction
Interlocutrice
Interlope
Interloper
Interlopers
Interlucate
Interlucation
Interlucent
Interlude
Interluded
Interluder
Interluency
Interlunar
Intermandibular
Intermarriage
Intermarry
Definitions Index: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

About this site and copyright information - Online Dictionary Home - Privacy Policy