disentangled

[ UK /dˌɪsɛntˈæŋɡə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. straightened out
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How To Use disentangled In A Sentence

  • Once this headlock - the scientific term is amplexus - has been achieved, the two can be disentangled only by force.
  • She has just disentangled herself from a painful relationship.
  • In the darkness he fell over a chair, and by the time he had disentangled himself and had reached the corridor the safe-blower was gone. The Honorable Senator Sage-Brush
  • I reached up and disentangled a bright red bra from my hair.
  • It was only when it was all over and the crowd disentangled that I realised my t-shirt and jeans were dripping wet.
  • In the end, it seems to me, Sullivan is telling us to take heart in the values on which this country was founded and which have served it so well for over two centuries – values which command respect for religion even while insisting that it be disentangled from the state. Balkinization
  • Growling deep in his throat, he disentangled himself from her hair and rose to his feet quickly.
  • I was laughing hysterically as he disentangled himself from it and tackled me in the sand.
  • He cast better, he hanked oftener, and he disentangled more easily than he had done at an earlier period of the day. Freaks on the Fells Three Months' Rustication
  • She starts trying to untangle herself, but every time she manages to successfully get some part of her clothing or hair disentangled, something else gets stuck.
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