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  • adj. twined or twisted together
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of intertwine.


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  • The two races have been intertwined from the start.

    October 2004

  • Then this morning I woke up and the Lord kept pressing the word intertwined on my heart.

    Lori's Reflections

  • The author of Eifelheim recalls the intertwined structure of ancient Celtic music and storytelling in this series of connected vignettes about an object that always lies just beyond one's reach.

    August 31st, 2008

  • County Councilman Terry Lee, R-Gig Harbor, said Pierce County and its communities are intertwined, which is why he supports the district's formation.

    The News Tribune Blogs

  • Every bracelet has been inspired by a particular song and comes with a meaningful tag intertwined with the lyrics from that song.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The relationships between Supplier, Manufacturer, Distributor and customer are becoming increasingly intertwined, which is having an impact on the way Distributors do business.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The economy and the markets are intertwined, which is something Obama doesn't seem to get.

    Leslie's Omnibus

  • Obama has made the war in Afghanistan and what the US calls the intertwined fight with al-Qaeda and Taliban in Pakistan a foreign policy priority. - Bush-Cheney Trials in '09

  • McKay said the lakes, which were connected through the Dogue Creek tributary to the Potomac River, were "intertwined" with the Kingstowne neighborhood.

    Dam failure drains Fairfax County lake, kills wildlife

  • "All of that is kind of intertwined," says Detroit Mayor

    Black Flight Hits Detroit


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