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Intercommunicate  v. i.  To communicate mutually; to hold mutual communication.

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"Intercommunicate" Quotes from Famous Books

... side, showing wide rivers mangrove-walled, but two-thirds of them are utter frauds which will ground you within half an hour of your entering them. Some few of them do communicate with other main channels to the great upper river, and others are main channels themselves; but most of them intercommunicate with each other and lead nowhere in particular, and you can't even get there because of their shallowness. It is small wonder that the earlier navigators did not get far up them in sailing ships, and that ...
— Travels in West Africa • Mary H. Kingsley

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