verb (used with or without object), in·ter·twined, in·ter·twin·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of intertwine
The song will start as a skeleton sort of, and then we attack it much like an orchestra, getting all the parts to intertwine.Mother Falcon the 18-Piece Indie Symphonic Rock Band Taking Texas By Storm
June 2, 2013
I am amazed at how much joy is possible to intertwine with so much pain and loss.Inside a Home Funeral
Melissa Roberts Weidman
February 5, 2013
Historical Examples of intertwine
Only staying together didn't require us to intertwine fingers.Little Brother
Who doubts that they, too, had vowed to unite wings, and intertwine branches!Japanese Literature
Intensest love and intensest hate can, at the same moment, intertwine their fibres in inextricable blending.
Flowers bloom most luxuriantly, and intertwine themselves in and around the sculpture on all sides.From the Thames to the Tiber
Beside the fallen monarch of the wood the lifting saplings bud and intertwine.They of the High Trails