verb (used with or without object), en·twined, en·twin·ing.
Related formsen·twine·ment, nounun·en·twined, adjective
Examples from the Web for entwined
At the door a couple is entwined on the floor blocking my departure from the suite.
When in high school the Waters moved down the street, John and Glenn became “two entwined pieces of energy,” as a friend said.A Tribute to Divine, Hollywood’s Most Infamous Drag Queen|Jimmy So|October 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It helps that Seapunk is entwined with a 1990s aesthetic, which has taken hold in the fashion world.Seapunks Internet Trend Takes High Fashion, From Proenza Schouler to Versace (PHOTOS)|Misty White Sidell|December 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But it does raise the possibly tragic question of how her sexuality, addictions, and eventual death are entwined.
Entwined within this Gordian knot is a truth so terrible as to be rarely spoken.
In January they are pruned, and the branches left are entwined from tree to tree all along the line, and form impenetrable fences.
They remained thus long, entwined, while little by little the violence of Dolly's despair moderated.The Trimming of Goosie|James Hopper
His head is encircled with a chaplet of living serpents, that, entwined among his hair, keep up a constant hissing.The Tiger Hunter|Mayne Reid
It was a child sleeping at the foot of a cross, around which its arms were entwined.The Daltons, Volume I (of II)|Charles James Lever
And about each happy dog's neck are entwined a loving master's arms.The Dogs of Boytown|Walter A. Dyer