mutual

All Adjective Noun
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  • Great progress can be made where there is such mutual good will. Cited from Delsarte System of Oratory, by Francois Delsarte et al.
  • The two men had a good working relationship and a mutual respect.
  • It also takes notice of the mutual changes between the four elements.
  • Relations between the two countries are friendly and a warm one based on mutual support.
  • This was the first recorded mutual aid response in the state of California.
  • The two girls show mutual jealousy over their common love for the man.
  • This strong bond also supported the mutual feelings for each other in other areas.
  • This was followed by the creation of a mutual defense treaty two years later.
  • The two parties further agreed that the convention could be extended by mutual agreement.
  • He had, in turn, been thinking about leaving, so you could say it was a mutual decision.
  • I don't think most of us can understand that kind of mutual devotion.
  • We were given minds to allow us to live together in mutual assistance and security.
  • The pair have since come into contact at a mutual friend's party in London.
  • The department also will provide mutual aid to surrounding towns when requested.
  • As a result they designated their mutual property line as Park Street.
  • Providing mutual aid has also been recorded within many of the corvid species.
  • They only informed a small circle of mutual scientific friends in Paris about it.
  • Their relationship of mutual admiration survived the complete failure of their two-year marriage.
  • A building society is a financial institution owned by its members as a mutual organisation.
  • Each laid out claims, but worked together for mutual protection.
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