Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Having leaves placed within; specifically, in geology, interstratified in very thin layers or folia.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of interleave.

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Examples

  • If DC is hell-bent on not collecting this all in one volume, the event should be split into halves, with both titles interleaved through each volume to tell the story in its proper sequence.

    Archive 2010-01-10

  • If DC is hell-bent on not collecting this all in one volume, the event should be split into halves, with both titles interleaved through each volume to tell the story in its proper sequence.

    BLACKEST NIGHT: Story vs. Event

  • BRAVO AND ADVANTAGE MEMORY ACCESS The Bravo and Advantage computers utilize a memory addressing architecture known as "interleaved", or "bank switched".

    AST Research Technical Bulletin #0799 BRAVO AND ADVANTAGE MEMORY ACCESS

  • The new material can then be "interleaved" with the unchanged portions.

    Chicago Reader

  • My point was simply that actions have consequences and in my opinion (I even capitalized it before so feel free to disagree) that such attitudes have negative consequences in an interleaved global economy. richmx2

    Time is not money in Mexico.

  • My point was simply that actions have consequences and in my opinion (I even capitalized it before so feel free to disagree) that such attitudes have negative consequences in an interleaved global economy. richmx2

    Time is not money in Mexico.

  • My point was simply that actions have consequences and in my opinion (I even capitalized it before so feel free to disagree) that such attitudes have negative consequences in an interleaved global economy. richmx2

    Time is not money in Mexico.

  • My point was simply that actions have consequences and in my opinion (I even capitalized it before so feel free to disagree) that such attitudes have negative consequences in an interleaved global economy. richmx2

    Time is not money in Mexico.

  • * BL C61. a.3, autograph, tipped into an interleaved copy of The Farmer's Boy with revision notes in Bloomfield's hand BACK

    Letter 142

  • There is an account of Troston Hall on pages 44-45, with an illustration of the same interleaved.

    Letter 188

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  • A book in which blank leaves alternate with printed leaves. Also used to describe book conservation measures; for example, when a book is damp or wet, absorbent paper may be interleaved with the book's pages to take up the moisture.

    February 25, 2008