intertwist


in·ter·twist

verb \-ˈtwist\

Definition of INTERTWIST

in·ter·twist \ˈin-tər-ˌtwist\ noun

Examples of INTERTWIST

  1. <intertwisted the cables in his roommate's entertainment system just out of spite>
  2. <the tree's intertwisted roots seemed to extend forever>

First Known Use of INTERTWIST

circa 1659

Rhymes with INTERTWIST

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