to cause to twine about one another <as they have for the past two centuries, crafters continue to weave osiers into the distinctive baskets that are the island's trademark> Synonyms enlace
, implicate [archaic]
to scatter or set here and there among other things <a political commentator who slyly weaves lies into the truth> Related Words insert
to move suddenly aside or to and fro <a van weaving through traffic with reckless speed>
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