verb (used without object), in·ter·laced, in·ter·lac·ing.
verb (used with object), in·ter·laced, in·ter·lac·ing.
Origin of interlace
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Contemporary Examples of interlace
"Put your arms on your lap and interlace your fingers," she says.8 Ways to Exercise While You Commute
February 18, 2010
Historical Examples of interlace
It made her interlace her fingers with nervous anxiety, but it set a fire in her eyes.Way of the Lawless
To interlace these is the crowning achievement of political science.Statesman
To interlace a story with glass and with rope with color and roam.Geography and Plays
They interpenetrate, interlace, correspond with and embrace each other.Delsarte System of Oratory
Note the large fibers in the ligament, which branch and interlace.A Practical Physiology
Albert F. Blaisdell