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[in-ter-kuh-nek-tid-nis] /ˌɪn tər kəˈnɛk tɪd nɪs/
the quality or condition of being interconnected; interrelatedness:
the interconnectedness of all nations working toward world peace.
1920-25; interconnect + -ed2 + -ness Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for interconnectedness
  • Ecologists make their living by recognizing the interconnectedness of different parts, and different disciplines.
  • Unexpected discoveries in the quest for new knowledge reflect the interconnectedness that binds us all in the web of history.
  • Spirituality is recognizing the interconnectedness of everything around us and between us.
  • Comments on the interconnectedness of the sensory areas of the brain.
  • The dense interconnectedness of the human family might seem to take some of the thrill out of genealogical research.
  • Instead, their interconnectedness created a dangerous situation when they faced failure.
  • Culture offered another illustration of the interconnectedness of quality journalism and financial success.
  • Future historians will look at the interconnectedness of the world economy at this time and the huge instability it has caused.
  • Too many entrenched interests and economic interconnectedness for it not to go down without a fight.
  • The interconnectedness of the global banking system is surely one piece of this puzzle.

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