inextricable

Part of speech: adjective

Inevitable.

Part of speech: adverb

Inextricably.

Part of speech: adjective

Involved or entangled beyond extrication.

Part of speech: noun

Inextricableness.

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Usage examples "inextricable":

  1. Thus they seemed to be in inextricable difficulty. - "Rollo's Experiments", Jacob Abbott.
  2. The dates of the various events described in the fifth and sixth books of the Confessions are inextricable, and the order is evidently inverted more than once. - "Rousseau Volumes I. and II.", John Morley.
  3. When such an inextricable tangle as no burglar could tackle had been woven, Mrs. Marston always wanted something out of the first cupboard, and all had to be done over again. - "Gone to Earth", Mary Webb.