(of two or more things) cross each other intricately.
Delightful pink shell and marcasite butterfly pin brings a renewed sense of style to all your fresh fashion picks. Intricately detailed in antiqued sterling silver.
THEIR BLOOD FLOW IS INTRICATELY CONNECTED.
Steel is strong and hard, but difficult to shape intricately.
They were intricately folded and sealed to become their own envelopes.
Harry was facing a mirror over the fireplace, a great gilded thing in an intricately scrolled frame.
She taught us that we are each wonderfully made, intricately woven and put on this Earth for a purpose far greater than we could ever imagine.
They also can form planetary nebulae: huge, intricately detailed objects created when the wind blown from the dying stars is lit up by the central white dwarf.
These computers, they have speed. They have memory. They have intricately complicated wiring and unfathomably complex circuitry. But here's one thing that they don't have. they don't have a heart.