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It seemed more than a decree of chance that their fates should be intertwined.

The tarred ropes twined and intertwined like lichens and vines.

Only our locked, intertwined legs were visible; our bodies were lost in the sky.

Her head bowed and her lips touching the intertwined fingers.

In the first place, this wit is intertwined with forgotten circumstance.

The roots of the trees were intertwined with these rugged pedestals.

He caught her hand, intertwined their fingers so savagely that her knuckles hurt.

The lives of the Man and the Dog are found to be ever intertwined.

The flags of lost Poland were intertwined with the flags of the United States.

La Petite could feel the twitch of it in the wiry fingers that were intertwined with her own.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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