VERB
  1. undo what has been twined together
    untwine the strings
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How To Use untwine In A Sentence

  • He could not have moved, had he attempted to do so, although somewhere deep down inside of him he felt that it was his duty to untwine those clinging arms and somehow to account for the appalling situation. The Last Woman
  • They started to untwine -- much quicker than the night before. Deanie Mills: How To Kill A Two-Headed Snake
  • He liked the scent and the taste of her, he liked the weight of her breasts, and he wanted very much to untwine that long braid and get his fingers in her hair. The Life of the World to Come
  • That man was out of his truck faster than I could untwine my arms. The Meat Truck Carnies | clusterflock
  • Five, ten, twenty meters, I struggle to untie the rope, to find the nodule that will untwine the knot, but my chafed, useless hands can grip nothing. Asimov's Science Fiction
  • She untwined the blanket from her legs and got up, walking to the washroom.
  • He felt her legs untwine themselves from about his and somehow found the energy to lift himself off her and draw her against him before closing his eyes and sinking into sleep. A Christmas Bride
  • I looked up at him to ask him to untwine his arms.
  • Pantheon, where so many adventurers twine and untwine, but in such a way as constantly to encounter him again. Les Miserables
  • untwine the strings
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