- to become woven together, interlaced, or intermingled.
- the act of interweaving or the state of being interwoven; blend: a perfect interweave of Spanish and American cultures.
Origin of interweave
Related Words for interwoveintertwine, knit, fuse, mingle, mix, twist, plait, link, braid, blend, pleach, darn, enlace, associate, connect, convolute, crisscross, cross, entwine, interlace
Examples from the Web for interwove
Historical Examples of interwove
He interwove them with everything he saw of the sister, and he began to understand her.Hard Times
Extremes as wide apart as those met there and interwove their strands.The Tower of Oblivion
In sense ‘canopied’ refers to ‘bank,’ and ‘interwove’ to ‘ivy.’Milton's Comus
There was an extensive peasant revolt in Germany which interwove with the general political and religious disturbance.A Short History of the World
H. G. Wells
They interwove their ranks, making rainbows of colour; they rayed out in broadening bands of colour from Corona's footstool.Brother Copas
Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
- to weave, blend, or twine together; intertwineAlso: interwork