[ US /ˌɪntɝˈwiv/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪntəwˈiːv/ ]
  1. interlace by or as if by weaving
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How To Use interweave In A Sentence

  • As I walked along the paths that interweave amongst the foliage I came upon something I had never seen there before.
  • Note especially how well Ezra interweaved them to make the story we're familiar with. Augustine on Creation
  • He meshes the grotesque with the strange, interweaves the mundane and normal, and then skews the whole mixture a scoosh to the left of center.
  • Complex family relationships interweave with a murder plot in this ambitious new novel.
  • She varies the size of the typeface; alternates between objective and intimate and rhapsodic registers; leaps between topics; and interweaves unattributed quotations.
  • This award-winning novel interweaves the life of a San Francisco filmmaker with the life of a courtesan priestess of Inanna.
  • Constructed like the Forth rail bridge and equally beautiful, the sections interweave to deliver a seamless coherent "beezer" of a tale. Readers recommend their favourite books of 2010
  • The cinematography is beautiful, and the movie's ingenious editing seamlessly interweaves past and present, and jumps between several different lawsuits. 'The Social Network' Doesn't Live Up To Hype
  • In his discourse upon the task of the translator, Benjamin interweaves a scientific view with a theological perception.
  • Note especially how well chiltone interweaved them to make the post we're familiar with. Augustine on Creation
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