Part of speech: adverb


Part of speech: adjective

Pertaining to both of two; reciprocally related.

Part of speech: adjective

Joint; common.

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Usage examples "mutual":

  1. It is only the smile of the intelligent human face, that can call forth this smile of the child in the first instance; but let this glad mutual recognition of souls take place once, and both parties will seek to repeat the delight, again and again. - "Education in The Home, The Kindergarten, and The Primary School", Elizabeth P. Peabody.
  2. They talked of a thousand things- talk full of mutual confession: of their former hostility, of what it was that had drawn their love to one another, of last night out in the storm. - "Counsel for the Defense", Leroy Scott.
  3. When the fatal morning came the brothers parted with complete cordiality and every outward expression of mutual contempt. - "The Whirligig of Time", Wayland Wells Williams.