Examples of interlace in a Sentence
Interlace the branches and bend them into a circle.
The vines interlaced with each other.
Recent Examples of interlace from the Web
Then, move your hands forward and interlace your fingers (except for your pinkies).
Yet rather than simply write a book about the quartets themselves, or about his time in the group, Dusinberre has managed to interlace the two ventures.
Garten will still share recipes, they'll just be heavily interlaced with professional secrets and tips she's learned along the way during her extensive career.
Reach behind you with both arms outstretched until your hands meet, and then interlace your fingers and squeeze your shoulder blades together.
The video interlaces the voices and images of locals with those of Drake and the beneficiaries of his donations.
Think about interlacing your fingers together—the closer your hands get to each other, the tighter the weave is.
Lupe interlaced her fingers in front of her stomach.
These subdisplays are interlaced, meaning their pixels are mixed in together, rather than being individual, discrete images arranged on a grid.
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Origin and Etymology of interlace
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
INTERLACE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of interlace for English Language Learners
: to join together (narrow things, such as strings or branches) by crossing them over and under each other
INTERLACE Defined for Kids
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