Only the stems of the plants were so intertwisted that the blossoms all came to the outside.
His roots sometimes get inextricably gnarled and intertwisted with each other.
There was scarcely a thing in northern society that was not interwoven and intertwisted with southern society.
Zoolatry is intertwisted with the earliest and most widespread law of prohibited degrees.
A row of mangroves lined the shore for some distance, each elevated upon its white pile of protruding and intertwisted roots.
Walls and roof consisted of sugar-cane leaf and reeds, intertwisted on a strong wooden frame.
And he pointed down a shadowy path, dark with the intertwisted gloom of untrained pine-boughs.