- v. Simple past tense and past participle of interdigitate.
“They found that all the crystalline elements that make up the tooth are aligned in two different arrays, and that these arrays are "interdigitated," or interlocked like the fingers of folded hands, just at the tip of the tooth, where most of the wear occurs.”
“I love the way different thought-lines are interdigitated:”
“The Southern Andean Yungas are loosely bordered to the east by the Chaco, and tightly interdigitated to the west with Bolivian Montane Dry Forest, spanning southwestern Bolivia and northwestern Argentina.”
“The first, north of the Cuanza River, is a mosaic of tall, tropical gallery forest and tall grassland, interdigitated by mangrove and swamp communities along the major rivers and their mouths.”
“The Bolivian Montane Dry Forests are tightly interdigitated to the east and west with Southern Andean Yungas and Puna, respectively.”
“We have already indicated some of the main differences between the New Warfare and the Old. These now became accentuated by the extraordinary way in which the boundaries of the battling states interdigitated.”
“Sliding his fingers down to her hand, he interdigitated his fingers with hers, looked into her dark eyes.”
“Then her fingers, interdigitated with his, tightened; she started to ride him in earnest.”
“Over a great space of ground the sidings of the rail-head spread, the normal gauge rail-head spread out like a fan and interdigitated with the narrow gauge lines that go up practically to the guns.”
“In the plastic transistor pictured here, the plastic is molded into interdigitated electrodes (orange) allowing current flow to and from the active channel”
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