interlocutory

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A person engaged in a conversation, an interlocutor

Lady Britomart is . . . well mannered and yet appallingly outspoken and indifferent to the opinion of her interlocutory.

Of or pertaining to legal action that is temporary or provisional
Expressed during a legal action that awaits final decision
Of or pertaining to dialogue or conversation

The 13-week stint Hall did on Fox Broadcasting's The Late Show last fall proved the impact of his interlocutory style.

Interjected into something spoken
Temporary; provisional; interim; not final
provisional; temporary; not final Refers to orders and decrees of court
consisting of dialogue
something spoken during a legal action that awaits final decision
Intermediate; not final or definitive; made or done during the progress of an action
Not final eg: an procedural step taken during court proceedings before the final hearing such as Discovery •Civil Courts
legal action that is temporary or provisional
Provisional; temporary; not final Refers to orders and decrees of a court
{s} pertaining to a conversation or dialogue; intermediate, not conclusive, pertaining to an decision made during a case (Law)
Proceedings taken during the course of, and incidental to a trial Examples include procedures or applications made which are to assist a case in preparing its case or of executing judgment once obtained (eg garnishment or judicial sale) These decisions intervene after the start of a suit and decide some issue other than the final decision itself
Interpolated discussion or dialogue
Consisting of, or having the nature of, dialogue; conversational
Provisional; temporary Often used in reference to a court order that is not a final disposition of the case but decides some point or matter
Provisional; not final An interlocutory order or an interlocutory appeal concerns only a part of the issues raised in a lawsuit
interlocutory order
{i} (Law) temporary order made by a law court during the course of litigation until a matter has been clarified
ınterlocutory
{a} consisting of dialogue, previous
interlocutory