interweave interweave  /ˌɪn tər ˈwiv/


  • (v) interlace by or as if by weaving


  1. Courses offer an international perspective, so even a lesson on the American Revolution will interweave sources from Britain and France with views from the Founding Fathers.
  2. He has the ability, unlike anyone else I've read, to skillfully interweave fictional and historical events.
  3. Racy, swinging rhythms interweave tribal chants, European liturgical music and 1925 Dixieland stomps.


  • F+W Media Introduces, The Netflix For Crafters

    NEW YORK, June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Interweave, an imprint of F+W Media, Inc., the nation's number one craft media company, enriches crafters worldwide with the launch of a new website, ...
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  1. "I was lucky to be here and go to a lot of games during the Michael Jordan era, but there is something about baseball that seems to interweave its way into your life," Corgan said. "To be able to be out in back grilling something and have the...
    on Apr 8, 2005 By: Billy Corgan Source:

  2. "It's about four very intense relationships," Owen tells The Early Show co-anchor Hannah Storm. "All of the characters interweave and he goes through a change because Julia Roberts' character admits to really having an affair and it is hard...
    on Jan 14, 2005 By: Clive Owen Source: CBS News

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