Usage examples for interweave

  1. Yet Maltravers thought nothing of all this when, intoxicated with his own dreams and aspirations, he desired to make a world his confidant; when from the living nature, and the lore of books, and the mingled result of inward study and external observation, he sought to draw forth something that might interweave his name with the pleasurable associations of his kind. – Ernest Maltravers, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  2. It was in 1839 that Mr. Keble published his Oxford Psalter, a work he had been engaged on for years, paying strict and reverent attention to the Hebrew original, and not thinking it right to interweave expressions of his own as guidance to meaning. – John Keble's Parishes by Charlotte M Yonge
  3. Such subjects have the further advantage, according to Goethe's own illustration, that, like the Arabian thousand and one nights, as conducted by Sultana Scheherezade, " never ending, still beginning," they rarely come to any absolute close, but so interweave one into another, as still to leave behind a large arrear of interest In order to pursue the conversation, Goethe was invited to meet them soon after at Mentz. – Biographical Essays by Thomas de Quincey
  4. We still have here to disentwine or disentangle his own from the weeds of glorious and of other than glorious feature with which Fletcher has thought fit to interweave them; even in the close of the last scene of all we can say to a line, to a letter, where Shakespeare ends and Fletcher begins. – A Study of Shakespeare by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  5. Nor in any other of his writings is the attempt made to interweave life and speculation, or to connect politics with philosophy. – Plato's Republic by Plato
  6. It was a fortunate, if not a providential, combination of circumstances that compelled the enemies of the Star, primarily on my account, to interweave with their scheme of murderous persecution and private revenge an equally ruthless and atrocious treason against the throne and person of their Monarch. – Across the Zodiac by Percy Greg
  7. The laws of those sciences which are capable of extensive analysis I will confine in brief conclusions, and according to the nature of the material I will interweave mathematical demonstrations, at times deducing results from causes, and at times tracing causes by results. – Thoughts on Art and Life by Leonardo da Vinci
  8. This is the Shadow Trail the wild geese take on their April flight to the north, as, honking through the rain- warm nights, they interweave their wings with the calling wind. – The Shagganappi by E. Pauline Johnson
  9. If later, hand in hand, we can interweave it with the earthly one, why should it not be acceptable to the Saviour? – The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers by Georg Ebers
  10. 2. 3, often quote loosely from memory, blend together different narratives, and interweave with the words of Scripture their own explanatory remarks. – Companion to the Bible by E. P. Barrows
  11. To the ambitious project of a world reform he and M. Clemenceau gave what was currently construed as a nominal assent, but for a long time they had no inkling of Mr. Wilson's intention to interweave the peace conditions with the Covenant. – The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference by Emile Joseph Dillon
  12. In Upsala, it had become the fashion to be Hegelianers- that is to say, always to interweave Hegel's philosophical terms in conversation. – Pictures of Sweden by Hans Christian Andersen
  13. I cannot give body to the multitude of confused ideas which crowd each other, interweave, and suffocate me for want of articulation. – The Friendships of Women by William Rounseville Alger
  14. H.- I would then get some other branches, but more full of small wood; and these I would interweave between them, just as we make hurdles to confine the sheep; and then, as that might not be warm enough to resist the wind and cold, I would cover them over, both within and without, with clay. – The History of Sandford and Merton by Thomas Day
  15. When parental suggestion is going to interweave delightfully as planned, and when it is not going to interweave at all, is something not foretold in the prophets. – Life's Minor Collisions by Frances Warner Gertrude Warner
  16. Lastly, the many miraculous stories which the biographer of Elizabeth relates of her, I had no right, for the sake of truth, to interweave in the plot, while it was necessary to indicate at least their existence. – The Saint's Tragedy by Charles Kingsley
  17. In this, too, it was with me as in so many other things; any mental influence that came before me I had either to fully interweave with my inner life, or else altogether to forego its acquisition. – Autobiography of Friedrich Froebel by Friedrich Froebel