Taleb would probably like to think his books are at least a little unreadable by dint of the sheer amount complexity within.
Both state and federal rulings have imposed additional punishments on women by dint of the fact they were pregnant.
In that battle for sovereign expression, by dint of diplomacy, organization and military acumen, the Zionists won handily.
Though he made it back to the top by dint of talent and hard work, he remained a deep-dyed cynic for the rest of his life.
The tensions here arise from the notion that democracies decide to go to war as nations, not by dint of decree.
By dint of application, he began to make himself useful; he earned very little, but he hoped to become more skilful in time.
And again the cup fell to the ground without a crack or a dint.
By dint of much teaching, however, she had learned to execute creditably.
But day after day passed, and by dint of incessant nursing she still lived.
By dint of much coaxing the King at last managed to persuade her to sit down, and the feast proceeded.
Old English dynt "blow dealt in fighting" (especially by a sword), from Proto-Germanic *duntiz (cf. Old Norse dyntr "blow, kick"). Phrase by dint of ... "by force of, by means of," is early 14c.