"Eli, your overcoat is wet," she exclaimed, untwining her arms from his neck.
It was for this reason he had ordered the untwining of the creeper that was clinging above.
Jerry stared up, his face working horribly, his fingers twining and untwining.
She sighed in a resigned, weary way, untwining her arm from about Val Beverley, and falling back upon her pillows.
Philip nodded--a crimson spot in each cheek, his frail hands twining and untwining as he tried to compose himself.
But his eyes were wide open, feverish, almost glaring; he was twining and untwining his fingers and muttering excitedly.
I now thought of my betrothed, and, untwining myself from the lithe and nerveless limbs of the savage, I rose to my feet.
"Don't give me your advice, Ogilvie," said he, untwining and throwing away the bit of casting-line that had cut his finger.
He sat there, his elbows on the table, his fingers twining and untwining the thick red hair of his beard.