Examples of usage:

  1. To do a poem justice, the reader must so have pondered phrase and word as to reproduce meaning and music in all the inextricable play of their lights and shades. "Weighed and Wanting" by George MacDonald
  2. The great majority of traders would return to productive work if a rational system of commercial organization were substituted for the inextricable chaos of the present state of things. "Socialism" by John Stuart Mill
  3. The Mexican statute in question makes the claim broadly, and the principle, if conceded, would create a dual responsibility in the citizen and lead to inextricable confusion, destructive of that certainty in the law which is an essential of liberty. "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present" by Various

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