interwoven[ verb in-ter-weev; noun in-ter-weev ]SEE DEFINITION OF interwoven
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTERWOVEN
Ours is a government of opinion, and slavery is interwoven with it.
The pileus is without a cuticle, consisting of interwoven fibres.
What we had to say was all interwoven, as though we were both drawing on the same memories.
And they are often so twisted and interwoven that they produce quite a novel effect.
The fortunes of trade unions are interwoven with the industries they serve.
The webbing which goes back and forth is interwoven with that which goes from right to left.
All this was interwoven with reflections on politics and discussions of the peace terms.
Overhead was the interwoven roof of oaks and ashes and beeches.
In Oregon and Washington slavery was interwoven with the social polity.
The two were interwoven in many ways, but we can best trace them separately.