Etymology
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wreathe (v.)

1520s (transitive), a back-formation from wrethen, Middle English past participle of writhe. Intransitive sense from 1580s. Related: Wreathed; wreathing.

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Definitions of wreathe

wreathe (v.)
move with slow, sinuous movements;
wreathe (v.)
decorate or deck with wreaths;
wreathe the grave site
wreathe (v.)
form into a wreath;
Synonyms: wind
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