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

Antonyms for interwove

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He interwove them with everything he saw of the sister, and he began to understand her.

Extremes as wide apart as those met there and interwove their strands.

In sense ‘canopied’ refers to ‘bank,’ and ‘interwove’ to ‘ivy.’

There was an extensive peasant revolt in Germany which interwove with the general political and religious disturbance.

They interwove their ranks, making rainbows of colour; they rayed out in broadening bands of colour from Corona's footstool.

Bold and venturesome, he interwove with the first verses the words of a low Italian song, "Fair Margaret."

He interwove in his tale an intrigue between Miss Dudley and his brother.

He enlivened every composition by their introduction, and in some palaces he interwove them in elegant friezes.

The crater was a cauldron of green fires through which the conical rays angled and interwove, crossed and mingled.

She was one of the most religious women of her day, and she interwove it in all her conversation, as she did in her writings.