Definition of interlace
interlacementplay \ˌin-tər-ˈlās-mənt\ noun
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
An abrupt beginning of glowering brass and rattled bows released into an interlacing texture of sliding harmonics, bowed metal and muted brass, the wind timbres mixing and refracting.
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.
Gently interlace your fingers behind your head to support your head and neck.
Long Strange Trip serves as a fine history of LSD, a substance innately interlaced with the group.
Or interlace your fingers together, and move them up and down the shaft of the penis as one unit.
Professional artist and proprietor Kelleen Sullivan conducts a tour through the winery gallery and private residence, showcasing her current and past collections of paintings that interlace classic and contemporary techniques.
The panel eventually compromised on a 525-line system and an image rate of 30 frames per second, with 2:1 interlacing at 262.5 lines per field, and 60 fields per second.
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Origin and Etymology of interlace
Middle English entrelacen, from Anglo-French entrelacer, from entre- inter- + lacer to lace
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
Definition of interlace for Students
: to unite by or as if by lacing together
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