wind (v.) 3
insinuate, pursue a devious course
Cor III.iii.64 [Sicinius to Coriolanus] you have contrived to take / From Rome all seasoned office and to wind / Yourself into a power tyrannical
KL I.ii.98 [Gloucester to Edmund, of Edgar] Wind me into him [i.e. on my behalf]
MV I.i.154 [Antonio to Bassanio] You ... herein spend but time / To wind about my love with circumstance

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