It was a glaucous, intertwining, delicious flux and contest in flux.
And this life was like a forest, boundless and impenetrable, up-springing, intertwining.
At every stage of the discussion our subject is made complex by the intertwining of the human and the Divine.
A strange planet is this, for the shifting of national loyalties and the rending and intertwining of bonds of union!
The river slid by in a body, utterly silent and swift, intertwining among itself like some subtle, complex creature.
They braided her lovely dark chestnut hair, and arranged it gracefully about her head, intertwining it with blue ribbons.
The whole episode is an intertwining of song in the vein of the first answer of motto.
Her head drooped lower, her fingers twining and intertwining nervously, and her dry lips almost refused their office.
Leichtenstern calls this "intertwining or knotting of two intestinal loops."
Also several tangles of twine, twining and intertwining among the mass.