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intertwangled (comparative more intertwangled, superlative most intertwangled)

  1. Mixed together; intertwined; intertwingled.
    • 1968, American Society of Planning Officials, Public hearings, controversy, and the written response
      An idea which must be insulated, enshrouded, qualified, and propped by intertwangled verbiage is not ready for release into the world.
    • 1983, Punch (volume 285, part 2, page 13)
      And English Literature and alcohol have carried on ever since, inextricably intertwangled.