She untwined his arms from about her—the tears were still in her eyes as she tried to face him.
Then Clarissa untwined her ankles and assumed the aggressive.
There she stopped and untwined the golden snake that was wound around her arm.
"Let me be," he said sullenly at last, as he untwined her dogged arms.
She then untwined the snake from her body, and held it by the tail high above her.
Her fingers twined and untwined in her lap with a nervousness shown by neither face nor body.
Perhaps the arms of the twin spirits were untwined—and they went their separate ways smiling—the woman and the river.
Mr. Boone untwined his boots and for the first time during a half-hour stood in them.
That double life my faithful king has led My hand has untwined, and old days are dead As in the moon the sails run up the mast.
The tendrils of the heart must be untwined from other props before they can be wreathed round their true stay.