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These contrasted colors vaguely interwove and mingled in what he could see of the shadowed ceiling far above.
THE DAMNATION OF THERON WAREHAROLD FREDERIC
At last they interwove Their cradling arms, and purpos'd to convey Towards a crystal bower far away.
ENDYMIONJOHN KEATS
As the figure progressed and the dancers interwove, Crabb could not fail to note the recurrent intentional snub.
THE MAKER OF OPPORTUNITIESGEORGE GIBBS
Finally, the dexterous fingers interwove some sprays of ivy with the hair, and added white rosebuds for lack of chrysanthemums.
MRS. OVERTHEWAY'S REMEMBRANCESJULIANA HORATIA EWING
On the clearness therefore what she did retain stood sharply out; she nipped and caught it, turned it over and interwove it.
IN THE CAGEHENRY JAMES
And on another occasion a spider interwove fragments of scarlet fabric left purposely at hand into the lid of its tunnel.
SPIDERSCECIL WARBURTON
He interwove them with everything he saw of the sister, and he began to understand her.
HARD TIMESCHARLES DICKENS
Extremes as wide apart as those met there and interwove their strands.
THE TOWER OF OBLIVIONOLIVER ONIONS
I interwove so many praises with so many insolences, and with such complete frankness, that she could not but laugh.
THE MEMOIRS OF COUNT CARLO GOZZI; VOLUME THE FIRSTCOUNT CARLO GOZZI
They were in a hall where bold bands of color interwove in patterns impossible for Terran eyes to study.
STAR BORNANDRE NORTON

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