entanglement

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[ UK /ɛntˈæŋɡə‍lmənt/ ]
[ US /ɛnˈtæŋɡəɫmənt, ɪnˈtæŋɡəɫmənt/ ]
NOUN
  1. an intricate trap that entangles or ensnares its victim
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How To Use entanglement In A Sentence

  • We can't show each other any favoritism, can't put the others at risk because of emotional entanglements. MINUTES TO BURN
  • As he rose in society, his romantic entanglements damaged his career and he returned to his former sweetheart in Ireland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Litter poses a threat to dolphins, whales, turtles and seabirds by entanglement in and ingestion of plastics.
  • The Hector's story may have a happy ending, as the establishment of entanglement.
  • The chapter on the quantum brain, for example, overinterprets the concept of decoherence, misapplies the word "acausal" and misses out entanglement altogether. physicsworld.com: all content
  • Continuing, he explained that crush injuries involving animals or entanglement in machinery account for most farm accidents.
  • Erwin Schrödinger, one of the founders of quantum theory, used the word entanglement to refer to connections between separated particles that persisted regardless of distance. ENTANGLED MINDS
  • Strikes by ships and entanglement in some types of fishing gear are the biggest threats to the endangered right whales.
  • The FFs surely had a distrust for foreign entanglements that was not evident in delegating to Congress the right to legislate domestically (hence the 2/3rds requirement for treaties). The Volokh Conspiracy » An Eminently Sound Approach to (Supposed) International Human Rights Norms, from the Ninth Circuit
  • Your hand luxuriant line entanglements into the city in whose laughter.
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