intertwined

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intertwined (comparative more intertwined, superlative most intertwined)

  1. twined or twisted together
    Intertwined threads of cotton
    The lovers' limbs were intertwined.
    • 2021 February 24, Ashley Southall; Edgar Sandoval; Christina Goldbaum, “Four Subway Stabbings and a Young Man’s Downward Spiral”, in The New York Times[1], ISSN 0362-4331:
      The horrific streak of violence reflected a convergence of intertwined crises — homelessness and mental illness — that the pandemic has exacerbated and made more difficult to address

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intertwined

  1. simple past tense and past participle of intertwine