interweave[ verb in-ter-weev; noun in-ter-weev ]SEE DEFINITION OF interweave
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERWEAVE
Ariosto took every occasion to interweave their panegyric with his verse.
He tried to interweave his reflections with hope, but he only half succeeded.
His lore on these last subjects was astonishing—he managed to interweave the station-master with the ornithologist.
In observing atmospheric changes I endeavour to interweave cloud-forms and sky-tints with words and images.
They unite and interweave their influence in a thousand ways beyond all human calculation.
They only contend that we should interweave some economy with the taxes with which we have chosen to begin the war.
This was beginning to touch him more closely now; his own threads were beginning to interweave in the scheme Merivale drew.
I possess a collection of these tales by Renucci, published at Bastia, and proposed to interweave some of them into my narrative.
Their affairs should interweave with the affairs of the child's dolls and brick castles and toy furniture.
It then became a rhetorical exercise to recast, adapt or interweave such passages.