Definition of entwine:
rumple, enlace, wind, lace, pucker, interlock, intertwine, lock, lace up, snake, spike, roll, distort, twine, spiral, straight, tat, knit, braid, twist, cockle, corkscrew, coil, curl, meander, wrap, repetition, loop, wreathe, weave, fortify, plait, interlace, weave, crumple.
I charge thee with the myrtle wreath Not one resplendent bloom entwine; We both become that modest band, As stretch'd my vineyard's ample shade beneath, Jocund I quaff the rosy wine; While near me thou shalt smiling stand, And fill the sparkling cup with ready hand.- "Original sonnets on various subjects; and odes paraphrased from Horace", Anna Seward.
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", Paul Heyse.
- "Poems", Sir John Carr.