Synonyms 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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