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Unlike so many other dissidents in recent years, Navalny is untainted by any past entanglement with the system he now opposes.

From Time

The question of ownership and control also touches other aspects of the entanglement between technology and the food system.

Quantum-computer makers hope they’ll be able to harness entanglement to one day achieve bewilderingly fast, parallel processing power in their machines.

From Fortune

This idea is an example of a proposal by Maldacena and Leonard Susskind of Stanford in 2013 that quantum entanglement can be thought of as a wormhole.

Starring a young Larenz Tate and the incomparable Nia Long, this ’90s rom-dram follows the entanglement of a poet and a photographer — and explores what happens when love is tested.

From Ozy

Roosevelt, who was anxious to avoid entanglement in the affair, agreed.

The corporate eye does not light up over inappropriate sexual behavior and entanglement with the law.

Don is continually in search of that “electric jolt,” whether that comes from illicit behavior or romantic entanglement.

Marshall asks as Fuller careens from one disastrous emotional entanglement to another.

He may, as French fears, have fallen into some fatal entanglement; it may not be possible to restore his health.

So saying, David disengaged his boat-hook from the entanglement of the branches of the poplar-trees.

"This is the first barbed-wire entanglement," said Archer, as they approached.

His literary idling cannot be said to have been due to this entanglement.

But Bunty merely glittered at us through her white-hair entanglement and remained perfectly still.


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to entanglement, such as: imbroglio, liaison, affair, association, cobweb, and complexity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.