Examples of entanglement in a Sentence
his life is greatly complicated by his romantic entanglements
Recent Examples of entanglement from the Web
Trump’s entire career has effectively been one long legal entanglement.
Track and field and cycling, also ensnared in the scandal but more hardened by past entanglements, have been less haughty, a caution borne out by subsequent incidents.
One option for this is called entanglement distillation.
This, despite the more complex financial entanglements and potential conflicts of interest of Trump’s picks.
Conveniently, Mercer has access to a family home on the island, and before long, she is ensconced in the colorful local literary society — not to mention a romantic entanglement with the bookstore owner.
Quantum entanglement—physics at its strangest—has moved out of this world and into space.
This is the first baby step for quantum entanglement experiments going into space.
That quicker pace comes even though the Trump appointees have generally had more complex financial entanglements and potential conflicts of interest than those under Obama.
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