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in-texō texuī, textus, ere,

to weave in, inweave, interweave, plait, join together, interlace, surround, envelop: scutis viminibus intextis, Cs.: abiete costas, V.: Vestibus intexto Phrygiis spectabilis auro, O.: pyra, cui frondibus Intexunt latera, V.: intextus puer regius, embroidered, V.—To weave, make by weaving: tribus intextum tauris opus, of hides, V.—Fig., of speech, to interweave: parva magnis: fabulas: Varronem.

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