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Antonyms for inextricable

not permitting extrication


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To sum up, I believe that species come to be tolerably well-defined objects, and do not at any one period present an inextricable chaos of varying and intermediate links: firstly, because new varieties are very slowly formed, for variation is a very slow process, and natural selection can do nothing until favourable variations chance to occur, and until a place in the natural polity of the country can be better filled by some modification of some one or more of its inhabitants.
This therefore brought me to a resolution, whatever came of it, to lay open my whole case; but which way to do it, or to whom, was an inextricable difficulty, and took me many months to resolve.
These familiar flowers, these well-remembered bird-notes, this sky, with its fitful brightness, these furrowed and grassy fields, each with a sort of personality given to it by the capricious hedgerows,--such things as these are the mother-tongue of our imagination, the language that is laden with all the subtle, inextricable associations the fleeting hours of our childhood left behind them.
They ran to and fro; they crowded together: some sobbed, some stumbled: the confusion was inextricable.
God made thee perfet, not immutable; And good he made thee, but to persevere He left it in thy power, ordaind thy will By nature free, not over-rul'd by Fate Inextricable, or strict necessity; Our voluntarie service he requires, Not our necessitated, such with him Findes no acceptance, nor can find, for how Can hearts, not free, be tri'd whether they serve Willing or no, who will but what they must By Destinie, and can no other choose?
The latter had evidently feared a revelation of his supposed misconduct to Madame Granson; and Suzanne, at the risk of not getting a penny from the society, was possessed with the desire, on leaving Alencon, of entangling the old bachelor in the inextricable meshes of a provincial slander.
In August 2018, the ACLU sent the city a letter saying the ordinance was unconstitutional based on recent court rulings, which have determined panhandling is inextricable from free speech.
It was as if across decades of history she had found a link to her Italian Jewish culinary roots that was inextricable and genuine.
Anyhow, if the US attempts any offensive against Iran, it is for sure, would make the Iraq war look like a cakewalk and this might lead to a catastrophe which would engulf the entire world, along with making an already chaotic Middle East an inextricable mess.
"There is an inextricable correlation between student attendance and student success, both academically and professionally," said Associate Dean of Industrial Trades at CNA-Q Robin Walters.
"It's important, when looking at bus network shrinkage, to consider other factors like the inextricable link between local high streets and bus networks.
At the center of the story of American Christianity, contend these historians and scholars of religion, is the inextricable connection of race relations and Christian unity.
"For a major road to carry His Highness the Amir's name is a testament to his lofty status and profound contributions," Hafith Al-Ajmi told KUNA, saying the Qatari initiative also typifies the inextricable bond shared by the Gulf neighbors.
Theroux sighs: "Tragedy is inextricable from the process of open adoption.