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something
     1. pron. An uncertain or unspecified thing; one thing.
           I must have forgotten to pack something, but I can't think what.
           I have something for you in my bag.
           I have a feeling something good is going to happen today.
     2. pron. (colloquial, of someone or something) A quality to a moderate degree.
           The performance was something of a disappointment.
           That child is something of a genius.
     3. pron. (colloquial, of a person) A talent or quality that is difficult to specify.
           She has a certain something.
     4. pron. (colloquial, often with really or quite) Somebody or something who is superlative in some way.
           He's really something! I've never heard such a great voice.
           She's quite something. I can't believe she would do such a mean thing.
     5. adj. Having a characteristic that the speaker cannot specify.
     6. adv. (degree) Somewhat; to a degree.
           The baby looks something like his father.
     7. adv. (degree, colloquial) To a high degree.
     8. v. Applied to an action whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g. from words of a song.
     9. n. An object whose nature is yet to be defined.
     10. n. An object whose name is forgotten by, unknown or unimportant to the user, e.g., from words of a song. Also used to refer to an object earlier indefinitely referred to as 'something' (pronoun sense).
having something to do
something flashed to life
twisted
     1. v. simple past tense and past participle of twist
     2. adj. Contorted.
     3. adj. Wound spirally.
     4. adj. Mentally disturbed or unsound.
           The murders were committed by a twisted sociopath.
and one leg twisted oddly under him
who twisted his helmet nervously in his hands
     twist
          1. n. A twisting force.
          2. n. Anything twisted, or the act of twisting.
          3. n. The form given in twisting.
          4. n. The degree of stress or strain when twisted.
          5. n. A type of thread made from two filaments twisted together.
          6. n. A sliver of lemon peel added to a cocktail, etc.
          7. n. A sudden bend (or short series of bends) in a road, path, etc.
          8. n. A distortion to the meaning of a word or passage.
          9. n. (authorship) An unexpected turn in a story, tale, etc.
          10. n. A type of dance characterised by rotating one’s hips. See Wikipedia:Twist (dance)
          11. n. A rotation of the body when diving.
          12. n. A sprain, especially to the ankle.
          13. n. (obsolete) A twig.
          14. n. (slang) A girl, a woman.
          15. n. (obsolete) A roll of twisted dough, baked.
          16. n. A material for gun barrels, consisting of iron and steel twisted and welded together.
                Damascus twist
          17. n. The spiral course of the rifling of a gun barrel or a cannon.
          18. n. (obsolete, slang) A beverage made of brandy and gin.
          19. n. A strong individual tendency or bent; inclination.
                a twist toward fanaticism
          20. v. To turn the ends of something, usually thread, rope etc., in opposite directions, often using force.
          21. v. To join together by twining one part around another.
          22. v. To contort; to writhe; to complicate; to crook spirally; to convolve.
          23. v. To wreathe; to wind; to encircle; to unite by intertexture of parts.
          24. v. (reflexive) To wind into; to insinuate.
                Avarice twists itself into all human concerns.
          25. v. To turn a knob etc.
          26. v. To distort or change the truth or meaning of words when repeating.
          27. v. To form a twist (in any of the above noun meanings).
          28. v. To injure (a body part) by bending it in the wrong direction.
          29. v. (intransitive, of a path) To wind; to follow a bendy or wavy course; to have many bends.
          30. v. To cause to rotate.
          31. v. (intransitive) To dance the twist (a type of dance characterised by twisting one's hips).
          32. v. To coax.
          33. v. (card games) In the game of blackjack (pontoon or twenty-one), to be dealt another card.
intertwined
     1. adj. twined or twisted together
           Intertwined threads of cotton
           The lovers' limbs were intertwined.
     2. v. simple past tense and past participle of intertwine
     intertwine
          1. v. To twine something together.
          2. v. (intransitive) To become twined together.
or
     1. conj. Connects at least two alternative words, phrases, clauses, sentences, etc. each of which could make a passage true. In English, this is the "inclusive or." The "exclusive or" is formed by "either(...)
           In Ohio, anyone under the age of 18 who wants a tattoo or body piercing needs the consent of a parent or guardian.
           He might get cancer, or be hit by a bus, or God knows what.
     2. conj. (logic) An operator denoting the disjunction of two propositions or truth values. There are two forms, the inclusive or and the exclusive or.
     3. conj. Counts the elements before and after as two possibilities.
     4. conj. Otherwise (a consequence of the condition that the previous is false).
           It's raining! Come inside or you'll catch a cold!
     5. conj. Connects two equivalent names.
           The country Myanmar, or Burma
     6. n. (logic, electronics) alternative form of OR
     7. n. (tincture) The gold or yellow tincture on a coat of arms.
     8. adj. (tincture) Of gold or yellow tincture on a coat of arms.
     9. adv. (obsolete) Early (on).
     10. adv. (obsolete) Earlier, previously.
     11. prep. (now archaic, or dialect) Before; ere.
or to sit down
or sudden feeling
curled
     1. v. simple past tense and past participle of curl
     curl
          1. n. A piece or lock of curling hair; a ringlet.
          2. n. A curved stroke or shape.
          3. n. A spin making the trajectory of an object curve.
          4. n. (curling) Movement of a moving rock away from a straight line.
          5. n. (weightlifting) Any exercise performed by bending the arm, wrist, or leg on the exertion against resistance, especially those that train the biceps.
          6. n. (calculus) The vector field denoting the rotationality of a given vector field.
                The curl of the vector field\vecF(x,y,z) is the vector field\operatornamecurl\,\vecF \equiv \vec\nabla\times\vecF=\left( \frac\partial F_z\partial y - \frac\partial F_y\partial z, \frac\partial
          7. n. (calculus, proper noun) The vector operator, denoted\rmcurl\; or\vec\nabla\times\vec\left(\cdot\right), that generates this field.
          8. n. (agriculture) Any of various diseases of plants causing the leaves or shoots to curl up; often specifically the potato curl.
          9. n. (music, chiefly lutherie) The contrasting light and dark figure seen in wood used for stringed instrument making; the flame.
                The one-piece back is of a medium curl.
          10. v. To cause to move in a curve.
          11. v. To make into a curl or spiral.
          12. v. (intransitive) To assume the shape of a curl or spiral.
          13. v. (intransitive) To move in curves.
          14. v. (intransitive, curling) To take part in the sport of curling.
                I curl at my local club every weekend.
          15. v. (transitive, weightlifting) To exercise by bending the arm, wrist, or leg on the exertion against resistance, especially of the biceps.
          16. v. To twist or form (the hair, etc.) into ringlets.
          17. v. To deck with, or as if with, curls; to ornament.
          18. v. To raise in waves or undulations; to ripple.
          19. v. (hat-making) To shape (the brim of a hat) into a curve.
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