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.
- intervillous lacuna,
- intervillous space,
Origin of interweave
Examples from the Web for interweave
Pop Life is kept aloft by an interweave of such connections between the art world and its financial support systems.
The three interweave and are inextricable, in the total, but may be somewhat distinguished.Expository Writing|Mervin James Curl
I possess a collection of these tales by Renucci, published at Bastia, and proposed to interweave some of them into my narrative.Rambles in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia|Thomas Forester
Their affairs should interweave with the affairs of the child's dolls and brick castles and toy furniture.Mankind in the Making|H. G. Wells
The following detached stanza I intend to interweave in some disastrous tale of a shepherd.The Complete Works of Robert Burns: Containing his Poems, Songs, and Correspondence.|Robert Burns and Allan Cunningham
The swallow over my window should interweave that thread or straw he carries in his bill into my web also.Essays, First Series|Ralph Waldo Emerson