Definition of extricable in English:

extricable

adjective

  • See extricate

    • ‘It is a quote recounted in interviews elsewhere and the seemingly effortless success feels an extricable part of the brand itself.’
    • ‘Following Zizek, Takemoto suggests that what MD presents is not an exposed ‘reality’ but a ‘grey fog’ of competing, incommensurable realities, from which desire and will are never extricable.’
    • ‘Insofar as the two halves are extricable, Tiersen's contribution is more compelling.’
    • ‘And of course the three aren't entirely extricable from one another, either.’

Pronunciation

extricable

/ˈɛkstrɪkəb(ə)l/