verb (used with or without object), in·ter·wound or (Rare) in·ter·wind·ed; in·ter·wind·ing.
to wind together; intertwine.
Origin of interwind
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Related Words for interwindconvolute, tangle, interweave, interlace, mesh, entwine, weave, network, associate, relate, cross, crisscross, link, connect, braid, reticulate, interknit, intertwist, intervolve, tat
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Circumstances will often interwind with the moods of simply irritated men.Beauchamp's Career, Complete