Definition of interlacing:
- correlating (part of speech: verb)
- co-operating (part of speech: verb)
They must find it a labour and a toil to make progress through the green forest of grass- blade and moss and heaths and thick thyme bunches, over- topping them as cedars, but cedars all strewn in confusion, crossing and interlacing, with no path through the jungle.- "Wild Life in a Southern County", Richard Jefferies.
Coral trees, pink and white, gold and green, orange and red, wave interlacing branches of lace- like texture and varying form, above the blue water- ways which divide the tremulous masses of rainbow- tinted foliage.- "Through the Malay Archipelago", Emily Richings.
The place was very still- sometimes the nightingales broke into a bubbling torrent of melody, and then were suddenly silent, as though overawed by the shadows of the heavy interlacing boughs, through which the moonlight flickered, casting strange and fantastic patterns on the ground.- "Vendetta A Story of One Forgotten", Marie Corelli.