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Twining

Antonyms of TWINING
Examples of usage:
  1. Till then we drain the 'magic cup' apart; Yet not apart, for hope and memory twining Smile upon each, uniting heart to heart. - "Robert F. Murray his poems with a memoir by Andrew Lang" by Robert F. Murray
  2. But she was looking through a tangle of purple oak leaves and twining bitter- sweet branches, and Fenneben was unconscious of being discovered. - "A Master's Degree" by Margaret Hill McCarter
  3. Four long locks as black as night, reaching below her knee, the crown of a woman's beauty which make men rejoice in her, were twining there on the floor. - "The Slaves of the Padishah" by Mór Jókai
  4. I especially admired the way it seemed to grow out of the text; they seemed to grow together like a vine twining around a tree. - "St. Cuthbert's" by Robert E. Knowles
  5. I easily found his lodgings, at a little grocer's shop in a bystreet, where he had the first floor, the front window being turned into quite a garden with flowers, and some scarlet- runners twining up strings on either side. - "The Story of Antony Grace" by George Manville Fenn
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