Needs that were narrow or parochial a century ago may be interwoven in our day with the wellbeing of the Nation.
Theory, reality, and the imagination are all interwoven in this most Teutonic of books.
You have interwoven a fascinating history that suddenly evaporated.
Hannah and Her Sisters One of Woody Allen's several masterpieces, a brilliant tapestry of interwoven stories.
Most Azeris in Iran, Nader told me, are part of the fabric of national society: Persian and Azeri "cultures are so interwoven."
The nest is a dome-shaped affair with the opening in one side, made of "small sticks, interwoven with moss and fibers of roots."
What we had to say was all interwoven, as though we were both drawing on the same memories.
The plot is threefold, applying to each of them, but the incidents are interwoven with ingenuity, and concluded without confusion.
And they are often so twisted and interwoven that they produce quite a novel effect.
Fate had interwoven subjects that neither logically nor naturally had any kinship.