interweave

[v. in-ter-weev; n. in-ter-weev]
verb (used with object), interwove or interweaved, interwoven or interwove or interweaved, interweaving.
1.
to weave together, as threads, strands, branches, or roots.
2.
to intermingle or combine as if by weaving: to interweave truth with fiction.
verb (used without object), interwove or interweaved, interwoven or interwove or interweaved, interweaving.
3.
to become woven together, interlaced, or intermingled.
noun
4.
the act of interweaving or the state of being interwoven; blend: a perfect interweave of Spanish and American cultures.

Origin:
1570–80; inter- + weave

interweavement, noun
interweaver, noun
interweavingly, adverb
uninterwoven, adjective
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interweave (ˌɪntəˈwiːv)
 
vb , -weaves, -weaving, -wove, -weaved, -woven, -wove, -weaved
Also: interwork to weave, blend, or twine together; intertwine
 
inter'weavement
 
n
 
'interweaver
 
n

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Example sentences
The cells of an organism are nodes in a richly interwoven communications
  network, transmitting and receiving, coding and decoding.
But even though it is debated their roll in society has always been strongly
  interwoven.
But in mental life, the influences are so interwoven, that any definite
  sequence can but seldom be demonstrated.
Still, these developments are interwoven, in the experience of many students if
  not in the intentions of legislators.
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