verb (used with object), in·ter·wove or in·ter·weaved, in·ter·wo·ven or in·ter·wove or in·ter·weaved, in·ter·weav·ing.
verb (used without object), in·ter·wove or in·ter·weaved, in·ter·wo·ven or in·ter·wove or in·ter·weaved, in·ter·weav·ing.
Origin of interweave
Related Words for interweaveintertwine, knit, fuse, mingle, mix, twist, plait, link, braid, blend, pleach, darn, enlace
Examples from the Web for interweave
Contemporary Examples of interweave
Pop Life is kept aloft by an interweave of such connections between the art world and its financial support systems.For Lust and Money
October 15, 2009
Historical Examples of interweave
Ariosto took every occasion to interweave their panegyric with his verse.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature
John Addington Symonds
He tried to interweave his reflections with hope, but he only half succeeded.The American
His lore on these last subjects was astonishing—he managed to interweave the station-master with the ornithologist.Some Short Stories
In observing atmospheric changes I endeavour to interweave cloud-forms and sky-tints with words and images.The World's Greatest Books, Vol IX.
Edited by Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton
They unite and interweave their influence in a thousand ways beyond all human calculation.Curiosities of Heat
Lyman B. Tefft