Definition of Interwove

1. Verb. (simple past of interweave) ¹



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Definition of Interwove

1. interweave [v] - See also: interweave

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Interwove

interwebs
interwebz
interwiki
interwikied
interwikiing
interwikis
interwind
interword
interwork
interworked
interworking
interworkings
interworks
interworld
interworlds
interwove (current term)
interwoven
interwovenness
interwreathe
interwreathed
interwreathes
interwreathing
interzine
interzonal
interzonal mesenchyme
interzone
interzoo
interzygapophyseal
intestability
intestable

Literary usage of Interwove

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1. Scientific Medicine in Its Relation to Homoeopathy by Tivadar Bakody, Rudolf F. Bauer (1891)
"I regret that it would lead me too far from my present purpose if I culled some thoughts from my " Hahnemann Redivivus" and interwove them with my subject. ..."

2. Dictionary of the Spanish and English Languages: With a Great Variety of by Saint Hiliaire Blanc (1848)
"Straw interwove n with a bulrush, with which gardeners' cover fruit trees and plants. ... interwove ..."

3. A Universal Biography: Containing Interesting Accounts, Critical and by John Platts (1826)
"... in which he interwove large collections of slanders against the fair sex. He was never married, but he kept a mistress, and had a son by her, ..."

4. A New Universal Biography: Containing Interesting Accounts, Critical and by John Platts (1826)
"... in which he interwove large collections of slanders against the fair sex. He was never married, but he kept a mistress, and had a son by her, ..."

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