Miss Kennedy sauntered sadly from bright light, Twining a loose hair behind an ear.
Twining was one of the executors, and could tell him everything.
Hassan sat the damsel on his knees, and his lips sported with her Twining tresses.
Ruby saw it, and, Twining his arm amongst the seaweed, held his breath.
"It would bring my mother into this," he objected, Twining his fingers about each other and shuffling his feet.
There were carvings in white marble of birds and beasts and Twining vines.
One genus, Vanilla, is a Twining epiphyte; the fruit of this plant furnishes the vanilla of commerce.
"I cannot take thee just yet," he said, Twining the little fingers about one of his.
That enormous serpents infested her cradle, licking her face and Twining around her limbs?
Twining the three bridle reins into one, he gave it to Enid.
Old English twin "double thread," from Proto-Germanic *twizna- (cf. Dutch twijn, Low German twern, German zwirn "twine, thread"), from the same root as twin (q.v.). The verb meaning "to twist strands together to form twine" is recorded from late 13c.; sense of "to twist around something" (as twine does) is recorded from c.1300. Related: Twined; twining.