inextricable

[ in-ek-stri-kuh-buh l, in-ik-strik-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inextricable

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Was ever a man placed, he thought, in a position so inextricable, so disastrous?

The politics of the nation were now in an inextricable labyrinth of confusion.

Inwardly this is an inextricable ramification and communication.

I was out of health, and felt as if I were in an inextricable coil of misery.

What was for me an inextricable puzzle has become clear as day.

Dead-lock, a permanent standstill, an inextricable entanglement.

The confusion occasioned by this accident became then inextricable.

And, in fact, there was an inextricable confusion and multiplicity of charges.

Her thoughts were so thick, so hopelessly thick and inextricable!

Really the reverend gentleman is in an inextricable quandary.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., from Latin inextricabilis "that cannot be disentangled," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + extricare (see extricate). Related: Inextricably.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INEXTRICABLE

fast

adjectivefixed, immovable
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