Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with intwined:

2 syllables:
in the wind,
in the wild,
near the wind,
with the wind,
ill wind,
in mind,
in wild,
inch wide,
its hind,
quinn tried,
thick wind,
with wind,
being blind,
firing blind,
in. wide,
skinned child,
things lined,
winged child,
big blind,
christ child,
christ lived,
is blind,
its kind,
its mind,
its wild,
near blind,
ninth child,
prince lived,
prince smiled,
quinn smiled,
sheer blind,
silk lined,
since child,
since lived,
still blind,
wicked child,
wills wilde,
west wind,
being fined,
being lined,
being mined,
being tried,
did find,
singh thind,
singh tried,
thing tried,
brick lined,
chris tried,
christ died,
christ finds,
cousin lived,
cysts lined,
flint mines,
his kind,
his mind,
his wild,
in child,
is kind,
is lined,
is tried,
it lived,
its wide,
paris tried,
prince finds,
print lines,
smith tried,
squint lines,
still find,
still tried,
strip mined,
there tried,
this kind,
this mind,
this wild,
were kind,
were lined,
were tried,
were wild,
which bind,
which find,
which kind,
which tried,
will bind,
will find,
with kind,
with wild,
get wind

3 syllables:
chinook wind,
straw in the wind,
into the wind,
assist child,
restrict child,
bring to mind,
conflict finds,
virgin bride

4 syllables:
a straw in the wind

Some other possibilities:

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