Definition of Intwisting

1. intwist [v] - See also: intwist



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intwisting

intussusceptions
intussusceptive
intussusceptive growth
intussuscepts
intussusceptum
intussuscipiens
intwine
intwined
intwinement
intwinements
intwines
intwining
intwist
intwisted
intwisting (current term)
intwists
inuendo
inuentrix
inugami
inukshuit
inukshuk
inukshuks
inuksuit
inuksuk
inuksuks
inula
inulas
inulase
inulases

Literary usage of Intwisting

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1. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1912)
"... on chalk which is being rapidly removed by subterranean denudation, the intwisting of ancient surface soils is a fact of which we must take account. ..."

2. The Folly and Cost of Diplomacy: Speech of Hon. S.S. Cox ... in the House of by Samuel Sullivan Cox (1874)
"When to the rich, intwisting golden threads of the grand organ of the minster, vibrating and swelling through gothic aisles, you add from these isles of the ..."

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