interlace[ in-ter-leys, in-ter-leys ]SEE DEFINITION OF interlace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERLACE
It made her interlace her fingers with nervous anxiety, but it set a fire in her eyes.
To interlace these is the crowning achievement of political science.
To interlace a story with glass and with rope with color and roam.
They interpenetrate, interlace, correspond with and embrace each other.
Note the large fibers in the ligament, which branch and interlace.
Arrange them nicely so that they interlace properly and are evenly applied.
They have stout stems which twist and turn, interlace and knot themselves together into a tangled mass.
One must act,—must be always stirring; life is a series of movements, the lines of which interlace.
Helis were rising from the factory lots, to interlace with incoming ships before joining with the great stream headed south.
But regions which interlace so that in reality the word becomes a good deal of a misnomer.