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Intertwine  v. i.  To be twined or twisted together; to become mutually involved or enfolded.

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"Intertwine" Quotes from Famous Books

... also gnawing at the heart of Napoleon. Who has yet fathomed the mystery of human love! Intensest love and intensest hate can, at the same moment, intertwine their fibres in inextricable blending. In nothing is the will so impotent as in guiding or checking the impulses of this omnipotent passion. Napoleon loved Josephine with that almost superhuman energy ...
— Napoleon Bonaparte • John S. C. Abbott

... moral and social influences, though I should doubtless have held my present opinions, I should have had a very insufficient perception of the mode in which the consequences of the inferior position of women intertwine themselves with all the evils of existing society and with all the difficulties of human improvement. I am indeed painfully conscious of how much of her best thoughts on the subject I have failed to reproduce, and how greatly that ...
— Autobiography • John Stuart Mill

... rose; cypress and orange; thorn and olive—the plants in which the buried lovers of ballad romance live again and intertwine their limbs, vary with the clime and race; and just as the 'Black Douglas' of the Yarrow ballad—'Wow but he was rough!'—plucks up the brier, and 'flings it in St. Mary's Loch,' the King, in the Portuguese ...
— The Balladists - Famous Scots Series • John Geddie

Words linked to "Intertwine" :   tangle, untwine, noose, wattle, hook, pleach, wind, distort, enlace, wreathe, twine, crochet, knot, splice, plash, twist, create from raw stuff, knit, ravel, tat, interlace, entwine, handicraft, create from raw material

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