Arms reached around him from behind and knotted together over his heart.
Her hands were knotted together between them, like a heart that had broken its bounds.
Knotted together and constantly moving, they gave the impression of skin.
Then a long rope made of tough vines knotted together was let down to him.
The streets were slick with blood and wine, bodies knotted together in love or death.
The rest of her equipment for the trip seemed to be in two separate bags, their strings knotted together.
All complex and knotted together, like some tapestry where the pictures are only half drawn, yet.
Only when as dress worn around the neck or shoulders, ends are knotted together.
The four ends of the cloth were knotted together.
Her hands knotted together and unknotted like a nest of snakes.