[ US /ənˈtæŋɫɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ʌntˈæŋɡəlɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of releasing from a snarled or tangled condition
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How To Use untangling In A Sentence

  • At the next pull it shakes into life and we're off towards Dawros Head, untangling the fishing line, scanning the water for mackerel shoals breaking the surface.
  • It evaluated 18 factors, including the impact on customers and the difficulty of untangling the computer systems, and involved about 100 people, Ms. Lesjak said.
  • While progress is good, and the scarf will be completed, I sometimes think that untangling the wool is more fun than the actual knitting.
  • A complementary line of research, meanwhile, is untangling the mechanisms for predicting what is nasty.
  • I lingered on in the car park, untangling emotions, uncertain what I wanted to do next.
  • Add the complexities and foibles that come between ambition and despair and stir into the apprehended but uncomprehended All Thing known as god (or the gods) and untangling what is from what seems to be had to wait until someone came along crazy or brave enough to say "You know, this looks suspiciously like a made up explanation based on our own Self. A Dark And Hidden God
  • The news is that young people are taking the lead in untangling the issues, as the hip hop generation runs its first political campaign.
  • After untangling herself, she took a half-hour off to tread water, rehydrate, change suits and don a new shirt before resuming in favorable sea conditions. Nyad defies age, fatigue, jellyfish in Cuba-to-Florida swim
  • We should therefore take heart from what has largely been an unsensational, sensitive and informed approach not just to reporting events but to untangling the complex political and diplomatic background.
  • Combs for untangling knots sell like hot cakes.
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