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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 chef was a member of the blending team for entwine, which launched in 2011.
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In a unique presentation, bold, beautifully shaped and colored glass pieces will float in pools, entwine with vines and hang suspended among flowers and plants, lit naturally from the glass house ceiling.
Riggins and Gad, in "Where the Shining Trumpets Blow," elucidate Neumeier's invention of myriad ways to entwine couples' limbs into graceful knots that slip seamlessly into new ravelings.
Film and what we call contemporary music are beginning to entwine, or perhaps return to an era when leading composers such as Aaron Copland, Dmitri Shostakovich, Sergei Prokofiev and Erich Korngold wrote movie music.
A tale of passion, dramaandloveset in a rural Sicilian village, the famous piece entwines desire with tragedy and is brought to a close with the famous line "La commedia finita" - "The comedy is over".
Filled with snippets of history, both English and American, the story cleverly entwines ancient magic and contemporary adolescence in a coming-of-age story that works on both levels.
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