Definition of entwine
: to twine together or around
: to become twisted or twined
Examples of entwine in a Sentence
The snake entwined itself around the branch.
marveled at how the vines had delicately and intricately entwined themselves on the trellis
Recent Examples of entwine from the Web
A golfer in South Africa stopped in the middle of a game to film two black mamba snakes entwined in a fierce battle over a female on the green.
Femininity remains inextricably entwined with notions of modesty.
Entwining artistic metaphor and scientific rigour, Andy Gracie’s astrobiology experiment Drosophila Titanus attempts to select and breed a new organism that might survive on Titan, a moon of Saturn.
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Definition of entwine for English Language Learners
: to twist together or around
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Definition of entwine for Students
: to twist or twine together or around
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