to cause to twine about one another <interlaced strands of her hair for a new look> Synonyms enlace
, implicate [archaic]
to scatter or set here and there among other things <interlaced jokes between the serious passages in the speech> Related Words insert
to twist together into a usually confused mass <I've interlaced the cables on my audio-video system so confusingly that I've no idea what connects what> Related Words jumble
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