“I think the Old-Fashioned craze has also dovetailed with a lot of drinkers coming back to whiskey,” Simonson says.
The segment was called “Swinging in the Suburbs,” and it dovetailed with a Newsweek cover story I wrote on unfaithful women.
Obama's message was narrowly about peace, but it dovetailed with Molad's.
The cellphone use among pedestrians has dovetailed insidiously with hyper-gentrification, Moss says.
He brought them together and dovetailed the two frayed ends one against the other until the edges met in a perfectly even line.
It is designed to make the dovetailed tongue as well as the groove.
We had cut across the 180th meridian, where time is dovetailed.
I have never been able to understand how every bit has dovetailed with such exactness.
It was built of strong oak logs, hewn square, and dovetailed together at the corners.
Away with the mechanism of the polished, dovetailed, machine-made play of Dumas.
To say something linked and sequential: Let me dovetail on what you just said (1970s+ Army)