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2. interpose, interpolate, insert, interject, intercalate, wedge in; interspace with, alternate with, switch off, place or put in between or among, diversify, variegate, vary; interfuse, incorporate, interweave, intertwine, interwind, interwork, work in; intermingle, intermix, mix in or up, combine, interblend, blend in, fold in.

interstice, n. 1. interspace, space, gap. See - interspace (def. 1).
2. interlude, interim, interval. See - interspace
(def. 2).

intertexture, n. 1. intertwining, interweaving, interlacement, interdigitation; intersection, decussation, Anat. anastomosis.
2. network, reticulation, transverseness, web, mesh, meshwork, net, tissue, plexus; spider's web,
Optics. reticle; twill, twill weave, plait, wicker, wickerwork; coil, convolution, skein; lattice, latticework, trellis, Chiefly Brit, wattle, grill, fretwork, tracery, filigree,

intertwine, v. twine or twist together, coil, convolute, twirl, entwine, interwind, interweave, weave, wreathe, braid, plait, plat; link, join, couple, unite, connect; interlace, bind, tie together, merge, dovetail, mesh, splice.

interval, n. 1. interlude, interim, interregnum, meantime, meanwhile, in-between time.
2. intermission, entr'acte, break, hiatus, interruption, parenthesis; interphase,
Biol, interkinesis, Both. Geol. interstade, interstadial; pause, breath, breather, breathing spell, time-out, half time, seventh inning stretch, rest, vacation; lull, respite, Inf. letup, Australian. spell; cessation, discontinuance, stoppage, stop, halt.
3. interstice, interspace, space, some room, distance between; gap, lacuna, mesh, slot, slit, crack, some daylight; aperture, hole, opening, void, empty space.

intervene, v. 1. arbitrate, mediate, negotiate, bargain, bring to terms, parlay; intercede, conciliate, placate, reconcile; interpose, step in, come into, umpire, referee, Inf. ref.
2. interrupt, disturb, disrupt, intrude, discommode, break into; intercept, check, hinder, arrest; arise, emerge, issue, crop up, turn up; throw off balance, frustrate, balk, foil.
3. interfere, tamper, meddle,
Inf. kibitz, horn in, butt in, put in one's oar, Inf. put in one's two cents' worth, Inf. poke one's nose in, Inf. mess in or with.

intervening, adj. 1. intermediate, interjacent, in-tervenient, between, interpolated, interposed, intercalary, interjectural, intercurrent, meantime.
2. intermediary, intercessory, conciliatory, pacificatory, propitiatory, reconciliatory, mediatory.
3. intrusive, interfering, encroaching, interloping, coming between; incidental, parenthetical, stray, ob-strusive, betwixt and between, importunate.

intervention, n. 1. mediation, intercession, negotiation, arbitration, peacemaking, ministry, good offices.
2. intrusion, obtrusion, interference, infringement, overstepping, infraction, inroad, incursion; interval, interruption, hiatus, disjuncture, break, pause, discontinuation, respite.
3. interjacence, intercurrence, insertion, interjection, interposition, interpolation, intercalation; insinuation, interpenetration, interspersion.

interview, n. 1. conference, discussion, parlay, palaver, Fr. pourparler, Inf. powwow; consultation, audience, confabulation, Inf. confab, exchange; talk, discourse, meeting, dialogue, duologue, tete-4-tete; colloquy, interlocution, intercourse, commerce, communion.
2. sitting, hearing, question and answer session,
Inf. Q. and A., Inf. session, press conference; confrontation, investigation, probe, inquiry, Inf. Woodstein.
-v. 3. question, examine, sound out, consult, confer with, bombard with questions; inquire, ask, query, probe, quiz, fish for, pry into,
Inf. pump; evaluate, look into, scrutinize, investigate, make inquiry into, subject to examination, ferret out, nose out; interrogate, Inf grill, put through the third degree, cross-examine, put in the hot-seat or the spotlight, put through the wringer.

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