Your Daily Word Prompt – #Twine – #YDWordPrompt June 16, 2021

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Today’s Word:  Twine  

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Twine

[ twahyn ]

noun

verb (used with object), twined, twin·ing.

verb (used without object), twined, twin·ing.

  • to wind about something; twist itself in spirals (usually followed by about, around, etc.):Strangling vines twined about the tree.
  • to wind in a sinuous or meandering course.

Definition from Dictionary.com

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