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Definition of "intermeshed" [intermeshed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of intermesh. (verb)

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Use "intermeshed" in a sentence
  • "I admired these lodgepole pines that could so nimbly adapt their reproductive strategy, and thought it illustrated the intermeshed flexibility of the natural world where call and response was the way of continued life."
  • "Human rights, India's cultural and state sovereignty, and Western military intervention seem to be intermeshed in a dangerous manner for promoting Western human rights agendas in India and other nonwestern social/political domains."
  • "They coalesced into bars of light and shadow, then formed intermeshed, spoked patterns that began to rotate."
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