Definition of Intertwinements
1. intertwinement [n] - See also: intertwinement
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Literary usage of Intertwinements
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Conceptions of Social Inquiry by J. J. Snyman (1993)
"... anything about his or her personal history or its intertwinements such as, possibly, a marriage, children, friends, predilections, and so on. ..."
2. Notes and Sketches of the Paris Exhibition by George Augustus Sala (1868)
"... should be " distinct" inwhat are intended by the designer to be the marked and salient points; but it should be indistinct in infinite intertwinements ..."
3. Lights and Shadows of Spiritualism by Daniel Dunglas Home (1878)
"... to describe to the world the monstrous intertwinements of two complicated souls. These souls pass a confused series of existences in various planets. ..."