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interwind Syllabification: in·ter·wind
Pronunciation: /ˌin(t)ərˈwīnd/

Definition of interwind in English:

verb (past and past participle interwound-ˈwound)

[with object] (usually as adjective interwound)
Wind together: a transformer consists of two interwound coils
More example sentences
  • The two monomers are interwound, forming a lobster-like structure with two flexible arms consisting of two antiparallel-ribbons.
  • The two HC, a-helical domains are helically interwound, giving the molecules a long, rigid superhelical structure with 2 globular headpieces.
  • Surprisingly, the soft denatured region is most often found in positions where the interwound superhelix forms branches, unlike permanently curved regions, which tend to localize in the apex of the superhelix.

Words that rhyme with interwind

affined, behind, bind, blind, find, hind, humankind, kind, mankind, mind, nonaligned, resigned, rind, unaligned, unassigned, unconfined, undefined, undersigned, undesigned, unlined, unrefined, unsigned, wynd
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