Interlocking in a sentence

Definition of Interlocking

present participle of interlock | (railways) An arrangement of signal apparatus that prevents conflicting movements through a set of tracks such as junctions or crossings.

How to use Interlocking in a Sentence?

  • Influence and the wires had possibly called half a dozen interlocking lines into service.
  • Higher and higher the jam towered, the interlocking logs piling in hopeless tangle.
  • The sky was deep blue as seen between the interlocking branches, wet and darkened, of the crowding trees.
  • The firs, waving now and interlocking their branches in that vague joy or trouble of the winter wind, were keeping off the powdery drift.
  • The destructive character of the dolphin amongst the various tribes of fish is not lessened when we examine its formidable jaws studded with an immense number of interlocking teeth.
  • And the mutual dependence and interlocking of these multiplied branches of industry bring the laborers themselves into more numerous, more close, and independent relations.
  • Characteristically also the rocks are composed of interlocking crystals or portions of crystals, which are not contained in a glassy base, as is the case with most rocks that have crystallized from fusion.
  • The tight interlocking of the body and spirit has been everywhere recognized, and the impossibility, in many illnesses, of healing one without treating the other.
  • Well detached, and so far back from the sidewalk that interlocking trees conceal its second-story windows, an alcove was frankly a bulge on its red-brick exterior.
  • On the hill-side the kids were engaging one another in mock battle, rearing up in feint, with the most dainty of gestures, or interlocking their infantile horns.

Short Example Sentence for Interlocking

  • Figure 275 has an interlocking jaw, and is provided with double speed gearing.
  • The result is, thus, interlocking histories, rather than a parallel history.

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