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synonyms for entrenched

  • rooted
  • firm
  • fixed
  • fortified
  • dug in
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antonyms for entrenched

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  • changeable
  • indefinite
  • irresolute
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How to use entrenched in a sentence

With a south wind entrenched, it certainly won’t be as cold as last night.
PM UPDATE: TODAY HAD A FROZEN START, BUT WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE ON THE WAYIAN LIVINGSTONNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The number of school districts that reported using seclusion, the practice of forcibly isolating a student in a small room or other space, also increased to 138 from 133, underscoring how entrenched the practice has been in the state.
NEW DATA SHOWS THE USE OF SECLUSION AND RESTRAINT INCREASED IN ILLINOIS SCHOOLS DURING THE 2017–18 SCHOOL YEARBY JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, AND JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICANOVEMBER 17, 2020PROPUBLICA
Every one of our claims has an angle emphasizing just how damaging this project is to environmental justice and entrenching racism.
PERMIT FOR CONTROVERSIAL $9 BILLION PLASTICS PLANT IN “CHEMICAL ALLEY” TO BE PUT ON HOLDBY LYLLA YOUNESNOVEMBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
As households and businesses transitioned to extended periods of remote work and school, the mega-platforms further entrenched their positions while smaller rivals stumbled.
DOW SLIDES MORE THAN 900 POINTS AS RISING CORONAVIRUS COUNTS THREATEN FRAGILE RECOVERYHAMZA SHABANOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The downtrend in the greenback may see a “temporary pause” depending on the election outcome, but its weakness is likely entrenched over the long term, said Seth.
BLACKROCK IS BETTING AGAINST THE GREENBACK—REGARDLESS OF WHO WINS THE U.S. ELECTIONKDUNN6OCTOBER 27, 2020FORTUNE
So it will be interesting to see if the number of teams using Native names and images continues to diminish, or if communities who see these mascots as a way to preserve their identity further entrench themselves.
LEBRON JAMES WON IT ALL AGAIN, SO IS THE GOAT DEBATE FINALLY OVER? LOL, NO.SARAH SHACHATOCTOBER 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Although this standard fell short of the “strict scrutiny test” required in cases involving classifications on the basis of race, it nonetheless entrenched an important equality principle.
RUTH BADER GINSBURG FORGED A NEW PLACE FOR WOMEN IN THE LAW AND SOCIETYLGBTQ-EDITORSEPTEMBER 23, 2020NO STRAIGHT NEWS
As businesses and consumers come to expect increasingly lower inflation, they act in ways that entrench slower price gains.
FED LEAVES SHORT-TERM INTEREST RATES UNCHANGED AT NEARLY ZEROLEE CLIFFORDSEPTEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
It carries a host of risks in depersonalizing management systems and entrenching pre-existing biases.
ALGORITHMS WORKERS CAN’T SEE ARE INCREASINGLY PULLING THE MANAGEMENT STRINGSTOM BARRATTAUGUST 28, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
First, it threatens to entrench systemic biases, the type of discrimination hidden within the COMPAS algorithm for years.
ALGORITHMS WORKERS CAN’T SEE ARE INCREASINGLY PULLING THE MANAGEMENT STRINGSTOM BARRATTAUGUST 28, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
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WORDS RELATED TO ENTRENCHED

  • accepted
  • accustomed
  • chronic
  • deep-rooted
  • deep-seated
  • dyed-in-the-wool
  • entrenched
  • firmly established
  • fixed
  • habituated
  • hard-shell
  • hardened
  • ingrained
  • inured
  • inveterate
  • long-established
  • proved
  • seasoned
  • settled
  • staid
  • valid
  • worn
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