in·tra·mu·ral / ˌintrəˈmyoōrəl/ • adj. situated or done within the walls of a building: both intramural and churchyard graves. ∎ taking place within a single educational institution: recreational intramural games. ∎ forming part of normal university or college studies. ∎ Med. & Biol. situated within the wall of a hollow organ or a cell: an intramural hematoma. ∎ situated or done within a community: an intramural social symbol within the tribe. DERIVATIVES: in·tra·mu·ral·ly adv.