Definition of 'intertwining'
Example sentences containing 'intertwining'
THE BROKEN GOD (2001)
Personality was laid down at the moment of conception, said Una, according to the happenstance of combining intertwining, inherited genes.SPLITTING (2001)
The trees had been allowed to grow over the road, in some places intertwining their branches to form a leafy vault overhead.COLDHEART CANYON (2001)
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