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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: inextricabilis, from extricare; EXTRICATE

inextricable

adjective
     
in‧ex‧tric‧a‧ble formal
two or more things that are inextricable are closely related and affect each other:
the inextricable connection between language and culture

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