verb (used with object), twined, twin·ing.
verb (used without object), twined, twin·ing.
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Origin of twine1
OTHER WORDS FROM twinetwine·a·ble, adjectivetwiner, noun
Definition for twine (2 of 2)
verb (used with or without object), twined, twin·ing.Scot.
Origin of twine2
Example sentences from the Web for twine
For a prettier presentation, tie or truss the legs together with kitchen twine, if you have some.This whole herb-roasted chicken with Hasselback potatoes is a holiday-ready sheet-pan dinner|Ann Maloney|November 10, 2020|Washington Post
Over ruined shrines of red brick, elaborately carved, clambered and twined the sacred peepul tree.Appearances|Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson
We took the Jordan oxen, a meek pair that have broken sod for the colony, and twined them with garlands of wild roses.Lazarre|Mary Hartwell Catherwood
In appearance the cloth is much the same as that done in the twined style.Prehistoric Textile Art of Eastern United States|William Henry Holmes