extricable

[ek-stri-kuh-buhl, ik-strik-uh-buhl]
adjective
capable of being extricated.

Origin:
1615–25; < Latin extric(āre) (see extricate) + -able

nonextricable, adjective
nonextricably, adverb
unextricable, adjective
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extricate (ˈɛkstrɪˌkeɪt)
 
vb
to remove or free from complication, hindrance, or difficulty; disentangle
 
[C17: from Latin extrīcāre to disentangle, from ex-1 + trīcae trifles, vexations]
 
 
'extricable
 
adj
 
extri'cation
 
n

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Its content is also not easily extricable from its comic-book form.
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