entwine

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as though the toes were shooting forth a tendril which might hope in time to entwine itself around his massive leg.
That epitaph was quite famous among the little family traditions that entwine every household with mingled mirth and sorrow, smiles and tears.
Stately trees of many kinds, with smooth and highly coloured barks, are loaded by parasitical monocotyledonous plants; large and elegant ferns are numerous, and arborescent grasses entwine the trees into one entangled mass to the height of thirty or forty feet above the ground.