inweave

  • 1 Inweave — In*weave , v. t. To weave in or together; to intermix or intertwine by weaving; to interlace. [1913 Webster] Down they cast Their crowns, inwove with amaranth and gold. Milton. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 inweave — index intertwine Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3 inweave — [in wēv′, in′wēv΄] vt. inwove [inwōv′] inwoven [inwō′vən] or inwove, inweaving to weave in; interweave …

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  • 4 inweave — transitive verb (inwove; also weaved; inwoven; also weaved; weaving) Date: 15th century interweave, interlace …

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  • 5 inweave — /in weev /, v.t., inwove or inweaved, inwoven or inwove or inweaved, inweaving. 1. to weave in or together. 2. to introduce into or as into a fabric in weaving. 3. to combine or diversify with something woven in. Also, enweave. [1570 80; IN 1 +… …

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  • 6 inweave — v. a. Intwine, interweave, intertwine, interlace, weave together …

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  • 7 inweave — in·weave …

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  • 8 inweave — /ɪnˈwiv/ (say in weev) verb (t) (inwove or inweaved, inwoven, inweaving) → enweave …

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  • 9 inweave — v.tr. (also enweave) (past wove; past part. woven) 1 weave (two or more things) together. 2 intermingle …

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  • 10 enweave — var. of INWEAVE. * * * variant of inweave * * * /en weev /, v.t., enwove or enweaved, enwoven or enwove or enweaved, enweaving. inweave. * * * enweave, enwoven see in …

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  • 11 enweave — /en weev /, v.t., enwove or enweaved, enwoven or enwove or enweaved, enweaving. inweave. * * * …

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  • 12 in- — 1 a prefix representing English in (income; indwelling; inland, etc.), but used also as a verb formative with transitive, intensive, or sometimes little apparent force (intrust; inweave, etc.). It often assumes the same forms as in 2, such as en …

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  • 13 intertwine — I verb braid, crisscross, cross, enlace, enmesh, entangle, entwine, form a network, innectere, inosculate, interknit, interlace, interlink, intermix, interthread, intertwist, interweave, inweave, knot, lace, mesh, plait, plat, redimire,… …

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  • 14 crossing — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Intersection Nouns 1. crossing, intersection, interchange, crossroad[s], roundabout (Brit.), crosswalk, grade crossing; under or overpass, bridge, tunnel; overflight. See junction, connection. 2.… …

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  • 15 Crossing — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Crossing >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 crossing crossing &c. >V. Sgm: N 1 intersection intersection interdigitation Sgm: N 1 decussation decussation transversion Sgm: N 1 convolution convolution &c. 248 …

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  • 16 interlace — v. a. Intertwine, interweave, inweave, intwine, twine together …

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  • 17 interweave — v. a. 1. Intertwine, interlace, inweave, weave together. 2. Mix, mingle, intermix, intermingle …

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  • 18 intwine — v. a. Inweave, interweave, intertwine, interlace, twine together …

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  • 19 involve — v. a. 1. Envelop, inwrap, wrap, cover. 2. Include (as a consequence), imply, comprise, embrace, contain, lead to. 3. Entangle, implicate. 4. Complicate, make intricate. 5. Join, conjoin, connect, unite, mingle, blend. 6. Twine, intwine,… …

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  • 20 intertwine — I. v. a. Interweave, interlace, intwine, inweave, twine together. II. v. n. Interlace, be intertwined, be interlaced, be twined together, be mutually woven together …

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