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- v. Simple past of interweave.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of interweave.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Preterit and occasional past participle of interweave.
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Theologians, writers, and poets interwove the myth with the doctrine of the Fall, and in Christian tradition Lucifer is now the same as Satan, the Devil, and — ironically — the Prince of Darkness.
But when you recall how ingeniously Kneehigh interwove film and live action in Brief Encounter, this seems a strangely prosaic attempt to capture the elusive poetry of the Demy original.
Then the canopy of heaven became a mighty loom, wherein imperial purple and deep sea-green blended, wove, and interwove, with blazing woof and flashing warp, till the most delicate of tulles, fluorescent and bewildering, was daintily and airily shaken in the face of the astonished night.
My plan interwove Beauty and the Beast – a love story – with three other threads: a historical story, a ghost story and a dark family saga.
Yet the strongest element of his talk was when he interwove the national narrative -- featuring the strong versus the weak -- with his own story of being bullied as a result of his diminutive height.
He interwove his fingers with mine and I squeezed as hard as I could as he pulled his hand away from me.
Among my favorites are Election Day, which interwove the story of people voting on November 2, 2004; and Arctic Son, about a young man heading back to Old Crow (a town about 80 miles from the Arctic Circle) to reconnect with his father.
More precisely, Sri Lankans interwove the social and the psychological—to the point where the two could not be teased apart.
I licked the middle finger of the other hand to see if I could gently rub it away, that smudge of mascara that must have passed from the hand of the girl in the bathroom to my hand when our fingers interwove as we awkwardly embraced.
I responded:Did you only read BLACKEST NIGHT, or the GREEN LANTERNs too which Johns also wrote and interwove very tightly with the main event title?