In any case, this is a tale of two cities now inextricably bound by what had always kept them apart: money and power.
I have relatives in Pakistan; the country has been inextricably woven into my life.
The mod scene was inextricably linked to the gay scene, and Bowie blended in seamlessly with both.
Indeed, what we think about suicide is inextricably a product of what we think about God.
And yet she is inextricably linked to the country of her birth.
His was the scapulary which my father had inextricably grasped in the death 'scrimmage.'
The old in India are like these trees; they are doubly, inextricably rooted.
Something of all these may have engaged her, for each was inextricably interwoven with the others.
He and they were alike sentient, active, conscious, inextricably mingled.
In ten seconds the two flocks were inextricably intertangled.