entwine[ en-twahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF entwine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTWINE
There was a time when the forest did not entwine these ruins.
I will entwine my bright sword in myrtle, After the example of Harmodius and Aristogiton.
Together you will entwine my soul and become as one great love.
Braid your locks with rosy twine; ‘entwine your hair with wreaths of roses.’
When little tots climb up and entwine their arms about our necks.
Spirits that entwine one's heartstrings with tender touch, yet are heavier fetters, more oppressive than leaden weights.
They entwine garlands around the high pillars, and put wreaths of laurel over the arched windows.
Deep in the mud, where we shall sleep tranquilly, The Lotus will entwine us in her roots and we shall live again in her flowers.
But the coils she seeks to entwine around her are no iron fetters, but the golden chains of affection and of peace.
The vine has uncoiled from its natural support, and the ivy has ceased to entwine the oak.