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entwine around (someone or something)

1. To wrap around someone or something. We need to cut back these vines that have entwined around our gutters.
2. To wrap something around someone or something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "entwine" and "around." My heart fluttered when my date entwined his fingers around mine.
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entwine around someone or something

to weave or wind around someone or something. The snake entwined around the limb of the tree. The huge python entwined around the horrified farmer.
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entwine something around someone or something

to weave or wind something around someone or something. They entwined their arms around each other. Jack entwined the garland of flowers around Jill.
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The Entwined Histories project lasted six months and involved 80 young people aged 14-17 from Lagan College, Wallace High School, Assumption Grammar, Ashfield Girls, Corpus Christie, and Blackmountain.
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As the years go by, the families become more and more entwined, a connection that some of the members nurture and others resist.
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With Rossi theory and practice appeared inevitably entwined.
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Author Nancy Segal is Professor of Psychology of the Twin Studies center at CSU Fullerton: her professional career has been devoted to the study of identical and fraternal twins, and INDIVISIBLE BY TWO: LIVES OF EXTRAORDINARY TWINS reflects this long history, following up on her ENTWINED LIVES to reveal the lives of 10 sets of twins, one set of triplets and a set of quads.
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Rhondda Cynon Taf Council commissioned the work as part of regeneration in the area and the steel and wood bench, entwined with traditional symbols of Treorchy such as rolling hills, will be the first piece of public art installed in the town.
PRINCE Charles last night sparked a row after approving an official wedding souvenir with entwined letter Cs.