interwove interwove


  • (v) interlace by or as if by weaving


  1. His 1986 play Away, which interwove the lives of three families holidaying on the coast during Christmas 1967, instantly hit audience heart strings.
  2. It interwove economics and sociology in arriving at its conclusion that white America had dangerously betrayed its ideals in its treatment of blacks.
  3. He collected the cast for this play and interwove scenes with the actual players on the stage and the scenes from the studio on the film.


  • Was Wagner inspired by migraines?

    Three German researchers present evidence that the German composer interwove his headache pain into his operas
    on December 15, 2013     Source:


  • ...US president Bill Clinton, kicking off the year's most anticipated book tour, told the country's publishing community that his upcoming memoir will "tell the story of my life and how my small life interwove with the American life."
    on Jun 3, 2004 By: Bill Clinton Source: The Age

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