verb (used with or without object), un·twined, un·twin·ing.
Related formsun·twine·a·ble, adjective
Examples from the Web for untwine
And they had parted in the hey-day of youth, young and ardent, with arms passionately loth to untwine.Fort Amity|Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
And there he held her for long, lingering minutes, loath to untwine his arms.The Red Debt|Everett MacDonald
Untwine me from the mass / Of deeds which make up life, one deed / Power shall fall short in or exceed.
You do need assistance,” she replied, endeavoring to untwine the vines twisted about his shoulders, “now turn around.The Bondwoman|Marah Ellis Ryan
When they had once seen it, they began to untwine their coils and to crawl toward it, like young girls hurrying to the bath.