OTHER WORDS FROM entwineen·twine·ment, nounun·en·twined, adjective
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The grandfather’s sperm DNA changed its shape, leaving a blueprint of the experience entwined in the genes.
More ephemeral — and thus more characteristic — are Annie Broderick’s cloud of suspended cotton twill and Adjoa Burrowes’s shredded-cardboard wall piece, which entwines strips of a box’s raw-brown and printed-blue sides.In the galleries: A wide array of media carry election-year messages|Mark Jenkins|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
The business model for premium short-form programming is similarly entwined.Quibi’s shutdown underscores economic challenge for big-budget, bite-sized shows|Tim Peterson|October 23, 2020|Digiday
If it turns out that dodders truly use only FT from hosts to induce flowering, Westwood says that would be a simple and elegant example of how evolution has entwined plant parasites with the organisms they depend on for survival.This parasitic plant eavesdrops on its host to know when to flower|Jonathan Lambert|September 4, 2020|Science News
For Crompton, this particular produce-themed product is closely entwined with art history.
C2 was clearly preferable, since the disparate strands needed to entwine.A Mathematically Impossible Novel: Manil Suri Explains “The City of Devi”|Manil Suri|March 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Thought and action are not mutually exclusive; at their best, they entwine, like a strand of DNA.
I said, with my imagination full of boa-constrictors big enough to entwine and crush us up.Mass' George|George Manville Fenn
Her eyes never moved from him, her fingers to the last sought to entwine themselves with his.The Shadow of Ashlydyat|Mrs. Henry Wood
They entwine garlands around the high pillars, and put wreaths of laurel over the arched windows.Nelly's First Schooldays|Josephine Franklin
From that day forward he would scarcely part from Virginia, so completely did she entwine herself round his heart.The Settlers|William H. G. Kingston
A beautiful portion of Holland's glorious history affords the espalier, around which the tendrils of my narrative entwine.The Burgomaster's Wife, Complete|Georg Ebers