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Charles Dickens popular and acclaimed English novelist, best known for the novels Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, and A Christmas Carol (b.1812--d.1870).
climb to twist around and up a tall support. [1/7 definitions]
contort to twist into an unusual or unnatural shape.
contortionist an acrobat who can twist his or her arms, legs, and body into unusual positions.
convolution a single turn or twist in such a form. [1/4 definitions]
convolve to roll, twist, or wind together; coil up.
distort to twist out of shape; deform the appearance or functioning of. [1/2 definitions]
entwine to twist or coil together; interweave.
floss silky thread with little twist used esp. in embroidery work. [1/5 definitions]
flounce1 to flop about, twist, or flounder. [1/3 definitions]
gnarl to knot or twist. [1/2 definitions]
grapple to grasp, twist, or wrestle in close combat. [1/6 definitions]
intertwine to twist together, one about the other; interlace or interlock.
intertwist to twist together; intertwine.
jerk1 a sudden and uneven tug or twist. [2/5 definitions]
kicker (informal) a surprise or ironic turn of events; twist. [1/3 definitions]
kink a short, tight curl or twist, as in a wire, hose, or hair. [2/5 definitions]
plain-laid of a rope, made of three strands laid together with a right-hand twist.
screw to twist or turn like a screw. [1/17 definitions]
slub to draw out and twist (a textile fiber) before spinning. [1/3 definitions]
slue1 to twist (a ship's mast or the like) around on its axis. [1/5 definitions]