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- v. Archaic spelling of entwine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To twine or twist into, or together; to wreathe.
- intransitive v. To be or to become intwined.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- See entwine.
The cottage has a verandah on its front, enclosed by a small railing, tastefully painted, and ornamented with a few running plants, which intwine its posts; and, while charming the eye, lend the delicacy of their fragrance to render to this spot the enchantment of an
As shore as the Vine doth the Stump intwine thou art my Lump of Sackkerrine
Over hills which, resolved in stern silence, o'erlap and intwine
Let worthier hands than these thy wreath intwine; 70
To youth, education imparts that knowledge whose ways are usefulness and honor, and by due restraint and subordination, makes individual to intwine with public good in a just observance of laws, comprehending the path of duty.
The hand of violence has sundered us, and my heart fibres must ever bleed from the wrench, but they will not again intwine.
And, besides I’ll instruct you, like me to intwine
"And, besides, I'll instruct you like me, to intwine
"And there, with good Fellows, we'll learn to intwine