1 a reciprocality of sentiments; "the mutuality of their affection was obvious" [syn: mutualness]
2 a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups) [syn: interdependence, interdependency]
- The property of being mutual.
- The mutuality of mutually-assured-destruction is key to its function as a deterent.
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