interwork

[ in-ter-wurk ]

verb (used with object),in·ter·worked or in·ter·wrought, in·ter·work·ing.
  1. to work or weave together; interweave.

verb (used without object),in·ter·worked or in·ter·wrought, in·ter·work·ing.
  1. to act one upon the other; interact.

Origin of interwork

1
First recorded in 1595–1605; inter- + work

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How to use interwork in a sentence

  • Her hands were clasped at her breast, the honeysuckle fingers interworking.

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