Examples of intertwine in a Sentence
He's always telling stories in which the present and the past intertwine.
His fate is intertwined with hers.
Recent Examples of intertwine from the Web
Valve envisioned Steam Machines and SteamOS—a proprietary Linux fork intertwined with Steam’s Big Picture mode—during the Windows 8 era, while Microsoft was trying to turn PCs into tablets and lock apps down in the Windows Store.
As their narratives intertwine, the illustrations become not just brighter but bigger, too, ending with three straight two-page spreads in which the illustrations fill the pages right to the edge.
Toné!, among them — to tell a story that intertwines a chronicle of music with the story of Southern migration to the Bay Area and the politics that have shaped the region.
Accompanying both essays: a black-and-white portrait from celebrity photographer Norman Jean Roy, showing the Krims looking squarely into the camera’s lens, their hands intertwined.
But Navarro never stopped pushing his agenda, which intertwines economics and military readiness and puts China at the heart of U.S. policy.
But leave it to Griffin, of course, to intertwine purpose and pigskin.
While Tate and Sebring's lives were tragically cut short, their stories remain separate—and yet indelibly intertwined.
And, of course, the futures of three men’s basketball programs are intertwined.
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First Known Use of intertwine
INTERTWINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intertwine for English Language Learners
: to twist (things) together
: to be or become very closely involved with each other
INTERTWINE Defined for Kids
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