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Usage examples for entwine

  1. And moreover they felt themselves bound more strongly to each other by a renewal of the old friendship which may, even when the thoughts are unlike, and the topmost branches as it were divide, forever entwine the roots of two lives. – The Children of the World by Paul Heyse
  2. That is why the Indians of the Nicola country still cling to their old- time story that the Tulameen carries the spirit of a young girl enmeshed in the wonders of its winding course; a spirit that can never free itself from the canyons, to rise above the heights and follow its fellows to the Happy Hunting Grounds, but which is contented to entwine its laughter, its sobs, its lonely whispers, its still lonelier call for companionship, with the wild music of the waters that sing forever beneath the western stars. – Legends of Vancouver by E. Pauline Johnson
  3. Their rapturous arms entwine and cling In the depths of night; He hunts for her face for his wondering, And her eyes are bright. – Toward the Gulf by Edgar Lee Masters
  4. Trees, creepers, and natural flowers peep in and almost entwine themselves with the marvellously painted or carved foliage of the temple itself. – The Empire of the East by H. B. Montgomery
  5. So round his melancholy neck A rope he did entwine, And, for his second time in life, Enlisted in the Line! – The Poetical Works of Thomas Hood by Thomas Hood
  6. V What wreaths shall we entwine For our dear boys to deck their holy shrine? – The Poems of Henry Van Dyke by Henry Van Dyke
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