Above, below, the rose of snow, Twined with her blushing foe we spread.
They were the younger sisters of the corn; they grew with the corn and twined about it.
It was twined of Olympic olive leaves and Apollo's own laurel.
As Eric struggled with the sleeves of his coat, she twined her arms round his neck.
To tear out the weeds you would rend also the roots they twined among.
She unclasped her hands, moved them slightly, and twined her fingers as before.
She took her lover's hand and twined her fingers into his. '
When the pipe left me the creature's legs were twined about the bowl.
He twined his fingers lovingly in the slack of Mr. Pilkington's coat.
Henceforth may the lilies and the harp be ever twined together.