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Verb: interlace  ,in-tu(r)'leys
  1. Spin, wind, or twist together
    "interlace the ribbons";
    - intertwine, twine, entwine, enlace, lace, interwind, intwine [archaic]
  2. Hold in a locking position
    "He interlaced his hands around her neck";
    - lock, interlock

Derived forms: interlacing, interlaces, interlaced

Type of: distort, hold, take hold, twine, twist

Encyclopedia: Interlace