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intwine

[ in-twahyn ]
/ ɪnˈtwaɪn /
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verb (used with or without object), in·twined, in·twin·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM intwine

in·twine·ment, noun
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How to use intwine in a sentence

  • And suddenly he came to a still water, above which young beeches lovingly intwined their arms.

  • Tree was intwined with tree, bush with bush, so that the sun could not even send so much as a ray of light through the foliage.

  • That he was dear to her, intensely dear, that love for him was intwined about her very heart-strings, stood confessed now.

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British Dictionary definitions for intwine

intwine
/ (ɪnˈtwaɪn) /

verb
a less common spelling of entwine

Derived forms of intwine

intwinement, noun
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