Definition of entwinement in English:



See entwine

  • ‘I've always set greater store by friendships than romantic entwinements and maybe this is because I've never had much experience in matters of the heart.’
  • ‘It is an entwinement - each identity reinforces the other.’
  • ‘The film, however, orchestrates these elements, mobilises their energies, toward a riveting affective engagement with history, desire, identity, love and their entwinement together.’
  • ‘For her, by giving herself away, she becomes more fully herself, a person enriched through entwinement in the life of another.’
  • ‘As he retreats away from civilization, the space that separates him from his jungle ghost prey collapses in an entwinement of vines, trees, dirt, and foliage.’