“The Foot” is where the intertwining stories of the Fisher family began to get cooking in earnest.
The intertwining of Perkins, Jeffress, Fischer, and Perry suggests that the focus on Mormonism was hardly a coincidence.
Santiago has written an account of the intertwining history of empire and sugar.
The flash seen through the forest revealed in intricate tracings the intertwining limbs and branches of the trees.
It was a glaucous, intertwining, delicious flux and contest in flux.
Twine, twīn, n. a cord composed of two or more threads twisted together: a twist: an intertwining.
At every stage of the discussion our subject is made complex by the intertwining of the human and the Divine.
The fingers of the young lady commenced twisting and intertwining on her lap.
The river slid by in a body, utterly silent and swift, intertwining among itself like some subtle, complex creature.
A delicate pattern of intertwining stems winds upwards, the stalks having blossoms of finely cut outline and brilliant colours.