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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interleave.

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Examples

  • This saga of politics and family is a superb achievement; Canin. .interleaves past and present to create a classical tragedy from the very first page.

    America America: Summary and book reviews of America America by Ethan Canin.

  • Kerasote interleaves his story of his life with Merle with information on humanity's history with dogs too.

    August 2007

  • “Without Warning” interleaves compound narrative arcs and character development of such complexity that it has caused a distinct spike in “absent from work” days.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Back to work.

  • Kerasote interleaves his story of his life with Merle with information on humanity's history with dogs too.

    Merle's Door

  • "I'll bet you're the type who holds the floor and pontificates, Alpha, and feels threatened by anyone who interleaves comments."

    Radio alert.

  • I'll bet you're the type who holds the floor and pontificates, Alpha, and feels threatened by anyone who interleaves comments.

    Radio alert.

  • The novel gracefully interleaves the viewpoints of the good doctor with those of the lovers.

    Infirmary Ghosts & Waffle Girls

  • The novel gracefully interleaves the viewpoints of the good doctor with those of the lovers.

    September 2006

  • The novel gracefully interleaves the viewpoints of the good doctor with those of the lovers.

    Infirmary Ghosts & Waffle Girls

  • The book being lettered, you can immediately turn to whatever article you want; and, by adding interleaves to each letter, may extend your minutes to what particulars you please.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

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