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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of entwine.

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Examples

  • Printers and Graphic Designers have long lived in entwined chaos, each attempting to interpret the electronic wizards living within their individual computing systems.

    Rebecca Silver | Inhabitat

  • They could see the name entwined in gilded letters amid the scrollwork of the frigate's stern; Hornblower remembered that Bush still was in ignorance of his source of information.

    Hornblower And The Hotspur

  • These hundreds of materials, many of them hazardous, are all enmeshed and entwined, which is why recycling the components and materials from my laptop later, after its eventual disposal, will be such a hassle.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • These hundreds of materials, many of them hazardous, are all enmeshed and entwined, which is why recycling the components and materials from my laptop later, after its eventual disposal, will be such a hassle.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • These hundreds of materials, many of them hazardous, are all enmeshed and entwined, which is why recycling the components and materials from my laptop later, after its eventual disposal, will be such a hassle.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • These hundreds of materials, many of them hazardous, are all enmeshed and entwined, which is why recycling the components and materials from my laptop later, after its eventual disposal, will be such a hassle.

    THE STORY OF STUFF

  • Next to our beloved Washington, there is no name entwined with deeper interest in the hearts of Jerseymen, than LAFAYETTE -- None, which they will transmit to their posterity, encircled with a wreath of nobler praise, or embalmed with the incense of purer love, than that of the interesting stranger who embarked his life and fortune open the tempestuous ocean of our revolution -- and who fought at Brandywine, at Monmouth and at

    Memoirs of General Lafayette : with an Account of His Visit to America and His Reception By the People of the United State

  • I suspect the issue is that food is entwined deeply with cultural and social considerations, many of which are subtly threatened or undermined by vegetarianism.

    Sour Grapes

  • As our lives become ever more entwined with technology, is it time to consider a law that would fine people for distracted walking?

    Beckley Mason: Do We Need to Address Distracted Pedestrians?

  • By the book's end, readers will find themselves as deeply entwined in the characters 'fates as Nunn is herself, and left to ruminate over a number of weighty debates as the tale weaves in double standards, double lives, emotional betrayal, murder, corruption and sexual deviance.

    A Beautiful Place to Die: Summary and book reviews of A Beautiful Place to Die by Malla Nunn.

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