mutuality mutuality  /ˌmju tʃə ˈwæ lɪ ti/


  1. (n) a reciprocality of sentiments
  2. (n) a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)


  1. Beijing first needs to give Tibetans, in exile and in Tibet, at least a hint of mutuality in their relationship.
  2. But American mutuality lives in recognition of difference.
  3. For most people, a desirable relationship contains passion, mutuality, obligation, unselfconsciousness--the opposite of detachment.


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  1. "We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly," said King and you have to wonder when the rest of us are going to get the message?
    on Oct 10, 2007 By: Martin Luther King Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. "Both the US and the Philippine governments have learned good lessons from this case and we believe that the friendship between our two countries has grown stronger as we hurdled the issues in the spirit of mutuality," Arroyo's spokesman,...
    on Jan 4, 2007 By: Ignacio Bunye Source: International Herald Tribune

  3. Zoellick said the discussions with Chinese officials would enable the two countries "to get a better sense of one another's interests: where there are points of mutuality--and I believe there are many; how to work cooperatively; but also, where we...
    on Aug 1, 2005 By: Robert Zoellick Source: China Daily

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