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Synonyms for entangle

Synonyms for entangle

to twist together so that separation is difficult

to make complex, intricate, or perplexing

Synonyms for entangle



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twist together or entwine into a confusing mass

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This breakthrough is a first step towards entangling and twisting even macroscopic, spatially separated objects in two different directions.
Our chief delinquency is the failure to heed the Founding Fathers' admonition not to intervene in the affairs of other nations, and to eschew entangling alliances.
We believe," the letter reads, "that this is government entangling itself with the inner-workings of one religious institution, thus engaging in a dangerous precedent of the state involving itself in a particular church's polity.
Owen married his lover, the Pasha's daughter Zeinab, who is ostracized by her former friends for entangling herself with the Welsh expatriate.
He uncovers a nasty 50-year-old plot still very much in play today that involves political intrigue in the Vatican and a web of intrigue entangling the Vatican, Nazi Germany and Israel.
no eyes" speech): "Kyd's poetry aims rather to articulate an entangling web of relations, and its force depends on the preserved tension between urgency of individual feeling and the necessity, imposed by the social structure of the represented world, to postpone, double back, 'go by' (as Hieronimo famously described it) in rhetoric as in action" (72).
Melt blown microfibers have been entangled in scrims or webs, staple fibers have been entangled in elastomeric structures to make stretch fabrics, binder fibers have been blended during entangling and later activated to offer shapeable or moldable fabrics and many other combinations have been produced to offer unique properties.
Companhia Siderurgica Nacional ("CSN") (NYSE:SID) announces that it has signed today the contracts regarding the entangling of the logistics stakes between CSN and Companhia Vale do Rio Doce ("CVRD").
But by entangling the atoms, Monz's team reduced the list of possibilities to two.
To create a quantum computer, the team had to create more than 1 million such qubits and entangling them together, so that the states of any one qubit are intrinsically linked with the states of others.