interwoven


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in·ter·weave

 (ĭn′tər-wēv′)
v. in·ter·wove (-wōv′), in·ter·wo·ven (-wō′vən), inter·weav·ing, inter·weaves
v.tr.
1. To weave together.
2. To blend together; intermix.
v.intr.
To intertwine.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.interwoven - linked or locked closely together as by dovetailing
complex - complicated in structure; consisting of interconnected parts; "a complex set of variations based on a simple folk melody"; "a complex mass of diverse laws and customs"

interwoven

adjective interconnected, connected, blended, knit, interlocked, entwined, intermingled, interlaced, inmixed a necklace of jet interwoven with mother-of-pearl
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Through them the symbols of the mandarin duck and drake, the one-winged birds, the tree whose boughs are interwoven, are revealed.
When she understood them her personal feeling became interwoven in the prayers with shades of its own.
For five or six feet from the trunk, which had at the surface of the ground a diameter of several inches, it ran downward, single and straight, into a loose, friable earth; then it divided and subdivided into rootlets, fibers and filaments, most curiously interwoven.
The moral or lesson should be so plain, and so intimately interwoven with, and so necessarily dependent on, the narration, that every reader should be compelled to give to it the same undeniable interpretation.
The often-agitated question between agriculture and commerce has, from indubitable experience, received a decision which has silenced the rivalship that once subsisted between them, and has proved, to the satisfaction of their friends, that their interests are intimately blended and interwoven.
From all the interwoven forest arose the smoke and bluster of the battle.
He is caparisoned in the most dashing and fantastic style; the bridles and crupper are weightily embossed with beads and cockades; and head, mane, and tail, are interwoven with abundance of eagles' plumes, which flutter in the wind.
From one lofty branch the agile creature swung with Clayton through a dizzy arc to a neighboring tree; then for a hundred yards maybe the sure feet threaded a maze of interwoven limbs, balancing like a tightrope walker high above the black depths of verdure beneath.
It is the truth of the sneer, stamped out from the black iron of the Cosmos and interwoven with mighty rhythms of sound into a fabric of splendor and beauty.
She slept a languorous sleep, interwoven with vanishing dreams.
A veil of silk, interwoven with gold, was attached to the upper part of it, which could be, at the wearer's pleasure, either drawn over the face and bosom after the Spanish fashion, or disposed as a sort of drapery round the shoulders.
Their outward garments were adorned with the figures of suns, moons, and stars; interwoven with those of fiddles, flutes, harps, trumpets, guitars, harpsichords, and many other instruments of music, unknown to us in Europe.