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entwined
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The Fountainhead
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  • The Dean entwined his fingers on his stomach and waited for the plea he expected.
  • Keating leaned with chummy respect against the boy’s shoulder and looked at the laurel garlands entwined about fluted columns three floors high.
  • The dining room has a splendid bronze gate, placed by mistake on the ceiling, in the shape of a trellis entwined with fresh bronze grapes.
  • She leaned back in her chair, and stretched her arms down to her knees, twisting her wrists, palms out, the fingers of her two hands entwined.
  • "You all make too damn much fuss about everything," said Gus Webb, lying flat, his hands entwined under his head.

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  • entwined in each other’s arms
  • The two economies are now entwined.

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