The action or situation of something that entwines.(noun)
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Use "entwining" in a sentence
"Burns and Hawthorne, I would argue, are less concerned with the literal truth of such legends than they are with their "emotional resonance," and the role such resonance plays in entwining the political with personal, for good or ill."
"Her name entwining in mine, while my eyes most eagerly follow"
"Is there an entwining of the lives of Henry Stuart and Leo Tolstoy and Sonny Brewer?"