If the book were a piece of music, it would be a sonata of interlocking monologues.
International air travel is now a vast, interlocking system—and growing by the day.
Rather, the culprit here is a variety of interlocking factors.
He stood barefoot, his neck covered with interlocking black tattooed swirls, the word HELL inked into his forehead.
Can you even visualize such a sprawling, interlocking structure?
Thin out all dead wood, interlocking branches, water-sprouts and shorten others.
I could move my arms, too, and the interlocking hooks that served me for fingers.
All these spines are interlocking with one another and incurving.
He could see the crisp stars through the interlocking branches.
Danger is avoided and assurance given by interlocking the points and signals.