Is 'intrical' a word? As contained by "he is an intrical division of society.?




Answers:    Is "intrical" a word? I've checked every dictionary but this word is not included just nonetheless. However a check on Google turned up a lot of usage. We assume it's a combination of "integral" and "intricate" but I think we will soon see "intrical" contained by the dictionary. Language is fluid and changes over time.
yes, considerable or needed
Intrical
urihttp://www3.m-w.com/wordcentral/byod/byo...
Function: adjective
Definition: interesting
Word History: none
Example Sentence: Wow! that is so intrical.
Submitted by: Corey from louisiana, usa on 08/29/2007
Nope, the word should be integral I bet (meaning a indispensable part of society)

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