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Definition interconnected (not easily separated) or twisted together
  • Our lives are entwined.
entwined = interconnected or twisted together
  • We were entwined in each other's arms.
  • entwined = wrapped
  • Flowers were entwined in her hair.
  • entwined = twisted or woven
  • The economies are thoroughly entwined.
  • entwined = interconnected or woven together
  • And then, at last, as he crept around yet another bend, he saw a solid wall ahead on which two entwined serpents were carved, their eyes set with great, glinting emeralds.
    J.K. Rowling  --  Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
  • entwined = twisted together
  • When she and Sam stood, closely entwined, in the garden, the mountains at their backs and the ocean before them, Lilian thought she was in paradise.
    Mina Baites  --  The Silver Music Box
  • entwined = in each other's arms
  • His fingers were entwined, resting on the table in front of him.
    Wes Moore  --  The Other Wes Moore
  • entwined = twisted together
  • No matter what he did, he was becoming more and more entwined in the dealings of the Glade.
    James Dashner  --  The Maze Runner
  • entwined = entangled (mixed up in)
  • On Munich Street, a boy and girl were entwined.
    Markus Zusak  --  The Book Thief
  • entwined = in each other's arms
  •   My love has placed her little hand
      With noble faith in mine,
      And vowed that wedlock's sacred band
      Our nature shall entwine.
    Charlotte Bronte  --  Jane Eyre
  • entwine = twist together or interconnect
  • The men went through their usual routine, bailing water into the raft and entwining themselves for warmth.
    Laura Hillenbrand  --  Unbroken
  • entwining = hugging each other
  • I see two trunks entwined.
    Katherine Applegate  --  The One and Only Ivan
  • entwined = twisted together
  • If the fingers remained entwined that meant yes; if they parted it was no.
    Tara Westover  --  Educated
  • entwined = twisted together
  • ...he used to call my brother and sister twins. Certainly, from the moment of my brother's birth, they were entwined like minks.
    Madeline Miller  --  Circe
  • entwined = interconnected
  • Despite Langdon's assurances that the keystone had nothing to do with her past, Sophie still sensed something deeply personal entwined within this mystery, as if...
    Dan Brown  --  The Da Vinci Code
  • entwined = wound
  • "I know," I said, and it was easy to believe him as we lay there in the early winter darkness, him kissing my forehead, my bare feet entwined with his.
    Sarah Dessen  --  Someone Like You
  • entwined = twisted together
  • It's good to feel his fingers entwined with mine again, not for show but in actual friendship.
    Suzanne Collins  --  Catching Fire
  • entwined = twisted together
  • His grip was still entwined with Tala's, but he felt his body being washed from his soul, meat from the bone, and with it went all the pain and weariness he ever held inside him, every scar, every wound, every bad memory.
    Mitch Albom  --  The Five People You Meet in Heaven
  • entwined = interconnected (not easily separated)
  • The muscular hand broke from my custody; my arm was seized, my shoulder — neck — waist — I was entwined and gathered to him.
    Charlotte Bronte  --  Jane Eyre
  • entwined = wrapped
  • All that night they lay entwined, neither of them able to sleep.
    Mina Baites  --  The Silver Music Box
entwined = in each other's arms

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