Definition of 'twine'
Example sentences containing 'twine'
Manfred held them open, by attaching the upper jaw to the end of the rolled blanket, with a piece of twine.LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2001)
With a good deal of difficulty, Anita cut a slot in it, then slung it from the gatepost with baler twine.DEATH AND TRANSFIGURATION (2001) MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (2001)
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