intermeshed intermeshed


  1. (adj) caught as if in a mesh
  2. (adj) (used of toothed parts or gears) interlocked and interacting



  1. Historicus puts his heaviest stress on Stalin's use of fixed theory right along with and intermeshed with shifting tactics.
  2. That vast, delicate, intermeshed mechanism has been producing about 15% war goods, 85% peacetime goods.
  3. The ganglia of history's richest nation lie today in the inchoate, intermeshed agglomerations of city, suburb and country that have become Megalopolis americanus.


  • "The previously separate roles of software developer and operations have becoming increasingly intermeshed and intertwined," Ozzie said. "Things are materially different when designing systems for the world of the Web than for the four walls...
    on Oct 27, 2008 By: Ray Ozzie Source:

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