See also: Entrenches Entrenched Entrenching Entrenchment Entrances Entreaty Entrust Entrance Entrepreneur Entresol Entrepreneurship Entropy Entry Entrusted Entreated Entropion Entr'acte Entryway Entrained Entraining Entrer Entrez Entreats Entrar Entree Entranced Entrepreneurial Entrainment Entrapment
1. Present tense third-person singular of entrench Synonyms & Antonyms of Entrenches to set solidly in or as if in surrounding matter a father who entrenched in our minds the belief that hard work pays off
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2. Entrenches meaning Third-person singular simple present indicative form of entrench.
3. Synonyms for Entrenches include lodges, roots, embeds, establishes, plants, sets, fixes, instals, installs and seats
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4. Another way to say Entrenches? Synonyms for Entrenches (other words and phrases for Entrenches).
5. Why Accepting The West’s Deluge Of Unmarried Child-Bearing Entrenches Injustice
6. Antonyms for Entrenches include dislodges, uproots, destroys, discourages, disorganizes, displaces, dissuades, ends, hurts and leaves
7. The proximity of these incidents to the capital further Entrenches the impression that the government's writ does not extend outside of Kabul
8. It also enriches and Entrenches the private health care industry, which has largely been responsible for the health care crisis in the first place.
9. Sally Pipes: Biden’s health care agenda Entrenches a status quo that isn’t working Sally Pipes Wednesday, March 3, 2021 2:00 p.m
10. It is therefore likely that many protein complexes persist because a simple ratchet-like mechanism Entrenches them across evolutionary time, even …
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11. ‘But it Entrenches executive control, providing presidential powers to veto legislation, dismiss governments, dissolve parliament, declare states of emergency and command the armed forces.’ 1.2 Apply extra legal safeguards to (a right, especially a constitutional right, guaranteed by legislation)
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12. How meritocracy Entrenches inequality A conversation with political philosopher Michael Sandel
13. Entrenches; entrenched; entrenching
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14. Supreme Court Ruling Entrenches Demand Response And Customer Engagement Into The Energy Marketplace Ken Silverstein Senior Contributor Opinions expressed by …
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16. USMCA Entrenches the tech giants’ legal protections under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which grant them legal immunity for user-generated content
17. How Facebook Entrenches Itself The more Facebook knits together its apps, the harder it becomes for a government to break it up.
18. Entrench (third-person singular simple present Entrenches, present participle entrenching, simple past and past participle entrenched) (transitive, intransitive) (construction, archaeology) To dig or excavate a trench; to trench
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19. Analysis: American Propane Entrenches Itself Again in China's Import Mix
20. Purifying selection then Entrenches the complex form, preventing a return to the solo state
21. How the language we use Entrenches inequalities October 9, 2019 6.17am EDT
22. Under Guise of Green Energy, Israel Entrenches Itself in Syria’s Golan Heights If Israeli energy firm Energix is successful, a sprawling complex of wind turbines will soon cover up to a quarter of the agricultural land still under the control of Syria’s indigenous Golan residents.
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23. The higher property prices near “good” schools reflect a sociological sorting process which Entrenches class divides in the state system
24. We've got 7 rhyming words for Entrenches » What rhymes with Entrenches? This page is about the various possible words that rhymes or sounds like Entrenches.Use it for writing poetry, composing lyrics for your song or coming up with rap verses.
25. Synonyms for Entrenches upon in Free Thesaurus
26. Breakingviews - Third lockdown Entrenches Britain’s great divides
27. Under Guise of Green Energy, Israel Entrenches Itself in Syria’s Golan Heights If Israeli energy firm Energix is successful, a sprawling complex of wind turbines will soon cover up to a quarter
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28. The Australia Border Force Act further Entrenches the culture of secrecy around our asylum seeker policy at the cost of open and transparent government
29. He Entrenches himself in the family culture of the islands, where he helps cook the caught fish for a Hawaiian style barbecue with Justin’s family
30. Deloitte to shut four UK offices as COVID-19 Entrenches remote working
31. And despite being named the "Equality Act," the law further Entrenches unequal treatment for the most vulnerable among us, putting their lives at risk.
32. While increasing gestational limits, the amendment Entrenches a harmful policy requiring women to obtain authorization by medical practitioners for all abortion care—even in the earliest stages of pregnancy—despite broad calls for its removal.
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ENTRENCHES [inˈtren(t)SH, enˈtren(t)SH]
Entrench definition is - to place within or surround with a trench especially for defense. How to use entrench in a sentence.
to place in a position of strength; establish firmly or solidly: safely entrenched behind undeniable facts. to dig trenches for defensive purposes around (oneself, a military position, etc.). to encroach; trespass; infringe (usually followed by on or upon): to entrench on the domain or rights of another. Think you remember last week’s words?
less common spelling of entrench. transitive verb. 1a : to place within or surround with a trench especially for defense. b : to place (oneself) in a strong defensive position. c : to establish solidly entrenched themselves in the business.
1. To dig or occupy a trench. 2. To encroach, infringe, or trespass. en·trench′ment n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. 1. 2.