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With the Union my best and dearest earthly hopes are entwined.

Let this cause be entwined around the very fibres of our hearts.

It was a child sleeping at the foot of a cross, around which its arms were entwined.

And with all this was entwined the thought of Lilith Ormskirk.

If you knew how the thought of you is entwined in every aspiration, and for life!'

A garland or entwined wreath of leaves and flowers, or of flowers alone.

He was entwined with her, could act only if her will and his were one.

In every part I caused to be entwined the initials of Juliet and her Guido.

Our lives are so entwined and so related that without it you could not get the gist of the story.

He entwined his arms about the astrologer's legs in a mute appeal for protection.

WORD ORIGIN

also intwine, 1590s, from en- (1) "make, put in" + twine (n.). Related: Entwined; entwining.

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