verb (used with or without object), en·twined, en·twin·ing.
Origin of entwine
Examples from the Web for entwine
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.
Serpents and dragons 82 entwine on the lintels, and emblematize the Church's power to overcome.The Cathedral Builders|Leader Scott
We stock the farm with creeping and climbing plants, without any trees of firmer growth for them to entwine round.Garden Cities of To-Morrow|Ebenezer Howard
Her eyes never moved from him, her fingers to the last sought to entwine themselves with his.The Shadow of Ashlydyat|Mrs. Henry Wood
I will entwine my bright sword in myrtle, After the example of Harmodius and Aristogiton.Quo Vadis|Henryk Sienkiewicz
I wish Sympson would come again, and oblige her again to entwine her arms about me.Shirley|Charlotte Bront