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Definition of "interweaving" [interweaving]

  • Present participle of interweave. (verb)
  • The motion or position of things that interweave; an elaborate tangle. (noun)

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Use "interweaving" in a sentence
  • "What is the author’s purpose in interweaving Balthazar’s ruminations with the narrative of the novel?"
  • "It was the misfortune of Grenville that this "interweaving," as Pownall described it, should have been undertaken at a most inopportune time, when the very conditions which made Englishmen conscious of the burden of empire were giving to Americans a new and highly stimulating sense of power and independence."
  • "With no room either for narrative or, especially, for the "interweaving" together of truth and falsehood in fiction, it throws the novel into relief."