Monstrous gray rocks jutted up from the earth and found themselves entwined with honeysuckle and briar vines.
Their lives were now entwined with the two people they left alone in that building.
She woke, her fingers entwined in the sheet, feeling aroused and frustrated.
Her body entwined with his, she breathed in his scent as deeply as she could.
It was as if their bodies were created to be together, not at all unfamiliar, entwined and as one.
She angled herself toward the light, until she could see the black ribbon of demon essence entwined with the brilliant red stream of her blood.
The history of the Physiologus has become entwined from the beginning with that of the commentaries on the account of creation in Genesis.
K, Opening of the albuphrodite duct, which very soon becomes miniparous gland into P Y the hermaphrodite entwined in the spire of a gland - the duct.
Nature myths have been entwined with other episodes in the epic and finally the theologians took up the combined stories and made them the medium for illustrating the truth and force of certain doctrines of the Babylonian religion.
Before Prester John appears upon the scene we find the way prepared for his appearance by a kindred fable, which entwined itself with the legends about him.
In architecture the term is given to an ornamental rod with sprouting leaves, or sometimes with a serpent entwined round it (from the Biblical references in Exodus vii.
The badge is a white cross, in the angles gold crowns, the points of the cross joined by gold swords entwined with gold and blue belts, in the blue centre an upright sword with the three crowns in gold, the whole surmounted by the royal crown The ribbon is yellow with blue edging.
In a Bengal festival the men march entwined with serpents, while the chief man has a rock-boa or python round his neck and is carried or rides on a buffalo (Fergusson, 259).259).