intertwine

[ in-ter-twahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF intertwine

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Only staying together didn't require us to intertwine fingers.

Who doubts that they, too, had vowed to unite wings, and intertwine branches!

Intensest love and intensest hate can, at the same moment, intertwine their fibres in inextricable blending.

Flowers bloom most luxuriantly, and intertwine themselves in and around the sculpture on all sides.

Beside the fallen monarch of the wood the lifting saplings bud and intertwine.

Two rose bushes rise from the grave and seek to intertwine, but a thorn interposes and makes the union forever impossible.

All that the friendly Mermaid could do for them was to turn them into a pair of beautiful trees which intertwine their branches.

White weasel skins to intertwine with his beautiful long black locks.

Threads of various hues had passed before him, but how to intertwine them was a question that already puzzled the reporter.

No doubt in our daily life, our purposive interest and our causal interest may intertwine at any moment.

WORD ORIGIN

1640s, from inter- + twine (v.). Related: Intertwined; intertwining.

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