"Put your arms on your lap and interlace your fingers," she says.
The sermon should be constructed to fit the man; argument and emotion should not stand apart, but dovetail and interlace.
Note the large fibers in the ligament, which branch and interlace.
To interlace these is the crowning achievement of political science.
In passing from one tree to another he always seeks out a place where the twigs of both come close together, or interlace.
The runners reach out and interlace, resting gently on the ground.
If we interlace merriness with earnest matters, pardon us, good reader.
And to interlace the two would be to necessitate a compromise which would necessarily mar both.
Nail the webbing to the upper edges of the box, across the vacant top, so as to interlace in small open squares.
They interpenetrate, interlace, correspond with and embrace each other.