inextricably

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

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The old in India are like these trees; they are doubly, inextricably rooted.

He and they were alike sentient, active, conscious, inextricably mingled.

Collegiate and ecclesiastical life are inextricably mixed up.

The comic and the tragic are inextricably mingled in this world.

You have imposed them, I wear them already, inextricably, indissolubly.

The later history of Ghur is inextricably intertwined with that of Ghazni.

Nets are wrapped round his feet, inextricably but for one hand.

It terrified his romantic soul and it involved him inextricably.

In ten seconds the two flocks were inextricably intertangled.

They were inextricably interwoven, the woof and the warp of things.

WORD ORIGIN

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

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