Definition of Interfile

1. Verb. To file something between or among existing entries ¹



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Definition of Interfile

1. [v -FILED, -FILING, -FILES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interfile

interferon-b2
interferon-beta
interferon-gamma
interferon inducers
interferon type I
interferon type II
interferons
interfertile
interfertility
interfiber
interfibrillar
interfibrillary
interfibrous
interfilament
interfilamentous
interfile (current term)
interfiled
interfiles
interfiling
interfinger
interfingered
interfingering
interfirm
interfix
interfixes
interfleet
interflow
interflowed
interflowing
interflows

Literary usage of Interfile

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1. The Pilgrim: A Dialogue on the Life and Actions of King Henry the Eighth by William Thomas (1861)
"D'interfile to Cardinal Tournon, Ambassador at Some. London, June 9, 1533. [MS. Bibliot. Imp^r. Paris.] MY LOBD,—The King of England desires me to write to ..."

2. Designing a Data Entry and Verification System by Peter A. Tatian (1992)
"Finally, there are interfile checks, which involve comparing data between ... An example of an interfile check would be verifying that the different level ..."

3. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Chancery: During by Great Britain Court of Chancery, Clement Tudway Swanston, John Scott Eldon (1823)
"... this Court will interfile where there is a breach of covenants in articles of partnership, so important in iu consequences as to authorize the party ..."

4. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1912)
"After three more visits to Zurich, Calvin, accompanied by Farel, who had also worked in the interfile of harmony, met Butzer at Zurich in the latter part of ..."

5. The Bookman (1910)
"... and who has clear and definite thoughts on life, is possessed of an interfile Demagog. By William Richard Hereford. Henry Holt and Company. ..."

6. The Ancient History of the Egyptians: Carthaginians, Assyrians, Babylonians by Charles Rollin (1774)
"contrariety of their interfile, than the incompatibility of their humours. Twp things then ruined them, the glory of their great ..."

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