verb (used with or without object), in·ter·twined, in·ter·twin·ing.
- intertrochanteric crest,
- intertrochanteric line,
- intertropical convergence zone,
- intertubercular plane,
- interureteric fold,
Origin of intertwine
Examples from the Web for intertwining
“The Foot” is where the intertwining stories of the Fisher family began to get cooking in earnest.The 10 Most Essential TV Episodes From ‘Sopranos,’ ‘Breaking Bad,’ and More|Brett Martin|June 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Santiago has written an account of the intertwining history of empire and sugar.Beyond Another Bolaño Release: Other Great Latino Writers|Robert Birnbaum|April 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The intertwining of Perkins, Jeffress, Fischer, and Perry suggests that the focus on Mormonism was hardly a coincidence.
The shields bear the correct arms of the Abbey, and round the shields are intertwining iron rods.Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church of Tewkesbury|H. J. L. J. Mass
The tropical vegetation of intertwining crimson was now changing to a faint gold.Claire|Leslie Burton Blades
The river slid by in a body, utterly silent and swift, intertwining among itself like some subtle, complex creature.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
The whole episode is an intertwining of song in the vein of the first answer of motto.Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies|Philip H. Goepp
Her hands rubbed against each other; the fingers of them twining and intertwining.The Scarecrow and Other Stories|G. Ranger Wormser