Interweave [verb]

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This was beginning to touch him more closely now; his own threads were beginning to interweave in the scheme Merivale drew.

His lore on these last subjects was astonishing, he managed to interweave the station-master with the ornithologist.

He tried to interweave his reflections with hope, but he only half succeeded.

The swallow over my window should interweave that thread or straw he carries in his bill into my web also.

How can he expect Harry Penruddock to bend down and interweave the branches or twigs of?

Thus do weak plants interweave themselves with each other, in order to withstand the fury of the tempest.

It would be a happiness to aid in this good work, and interweave the white and golden threads into the fate of Illinois.

Hearne has contrived to interweave the following (rather trifling) anecdote of him, in his Johan.

We ought not to interweave our propositions into the work itself, because it will be destructive of the whole fabric.

The bundles of fibre interweave one another in every conceivable direction.