untangled

[ UK /ʌntˈæŋɡə‍ld/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not tangled
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How To Use untangled In A Sentence

  • The use of a highly textured piercing sound whose layers cannot be easily untangled makes his painful memory visceral for the viewer.
  • With deft fingers she untangled the wire.
  • After he untangled himself from the thorns, he saw some goats grazing nearby.
  • In addition, since economic growth is central to progress the two concepts cannot be easily untangled.
  • And after things are untangled and you have had time to appreciate the close shave, you go up to Prince and reprove him with your choicest vocabulary. FOUR HORSES AND A SAILOR
  • She untangled her hair from the hair - drier.
  • In doing so, they have untangled claims after the California gold rush, picked up the pieces of Europe's crumbling precapitalist order, converted Japan's feudal enclaves into a market economy after World War II and reunified Germany after the fall of the Berlin Wall. TOXIC Paper
  • He gave me a slow, lingering kiss, then untangled his arms and legs from mine.
  • Initially, the umbilical cord was caught around her neck so while she untangled her new daughter he fetched clean towels and helped to clean her.
  • Soon enough Ethelred is tangled up in a real life mystery of his own as his ex-wife disappears (can you blame her?) and there follows a very entertaining and funny book as everything is untangled and revealed. The Herring Seller's Apprentice
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