Origin of inextricable
Related formsin·ex·tri·ca·bil·i·ty, in·ex·tri·ca·ble·ness, nounin·ex·tri·ca·bly, adverb
Examples from the Web for inextricable
Do you really believe this is true or because of his body of work, which was inextricable from African American influence?
But there is a larger point behind the move: Car brands are inextricable from national stereotypes.
Place can often be inextricable with our conception of certain artists and movements.
I'd also like to highlight Ezra Klein's lament that most "foreign policy" questions are inextricable from domestic issues.
Palin-Tebow blooper and parody videos are as inextricable from YouTube as salmon is from Alaskan streams.
Shells of this genus are often found grouped together in an inextricable mass.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide|Augusta Foote Arnold
In a few years the whole oil region of Venango County was an inextricable tangle of these primitive pipelines.The Age of Big Business|Burton J. Hendrick
The atheist who affects to reason, and the fanatic who rejects reason, plunge themselves alike into inextricable difficulties.Junius Unmasked|Joel Moody
The very numerous barricades in the inextricable streets of Ménilmontant were almost all turned against the boulevard.History of the Commune of 1871|P. Lissagary
I looked up at her with an inextricable medley of emotions struggling together in my mind, and shook my head.Memoirs of a Midget|Walter de la Mare