interweaving

[ verb in-ter-weev; noun in-ter-weev ]SEE DEFINITION OF interweaving

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There is an interacting and interweaving of the facts and principles.

The early buildings in Egypt were made of brick or by the interweaving of palm-sticks.

Its interweaving of voices, their independence, the caprice and audacity of it all are astounding.

Perfect grew the interweaving; the substance of the two became one.

These were the first-fruits of the interweaving of the Covenant with the Treaty.

The harmonies, indeed, were the accidents of the interweaving of melodies.

And interweaving with such imaginings, he was some day to record, there were others.

This chain of flowers should make, as they dance, interweaving figures.

Often enough we see it interestingly in the interweaving of the new with the old ideas.

This decorative fabric is made by interweaving threads of linen, cotton, or silk, into various patterns and designs.