Noun(1) a lightweight cord
Verb(1) spin, wind, or twist together(2) arrange or or coil around(3) make by twisting together or intertwining(4) form into a spiral shape
(1) As she uncomfortably lowered herself onto the chair on the guest side of his desk, he pulled a sheaf of parchment tied together with twine from a desk drawer.(2) A good fisherman weaves his own nets with twine and a needle made of whalebone.(3) Her works often consist of accumulations of old-fashioned, everyday objects that have been meticulously wrapped in white twine or cotton thread.(4) The vine would twine itself through the tree during the winter - very pretty!(5) Secure these with a raffia, string or green gardener's twine bow, before filling with your chosen arrangement.(6) Among these, Cuscuta contains at least 158 species that no longer possess leaves, but their stems twine around host plants producing numerous haustoria to obtain nutrients.(7) Natural hemp twine turns wooden fruits into monochromatic sculptures for a subtle and sophisticated centerpiece.(8) Bo watched the baler start to work, punching out leaf after leaf of what was to be a hay bale held together by twine .(9) Gently wrap the fillets together with caul fat or tie together with butcher's twine .(10) The inch diameter 8-foot stakes, set 2 feet apart and leaning to the middle, are lashed together with twine near the top.(11) Runner beans should be starting to climb now, but if you think they need a little help and direction towards the supports, remember that they twine anti-clockwise.(12) The weighing scales took pride of place on the counter and I was keenly interested on the large coil of twine and stack of brown paper which were used to keep everyone's messages together.(13) I go back and find some odd things like rope and natural jute twine packaged for the crafts market.(14) the plant will twine round its support(15) If the string is a cotton type, like sisal twine , you can leave it on the ball but remove it from the stem.(16) We used to carry baked goods home in pink boxes tied with string, and our mail often came held together with twine .
1. string ::
2. wind ::
4. distort ::
5. interlace ::
Different Formstwine, twined, twines, twining
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