Similar words: entrench, quenched, trenchant, entrepreneur, crunched, drench, French, wrench. Meaning: [ɪn'trentʃ] adj. 1. dug in 2. established firmly and securely.
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1 Our soldiers have entrenched themselves behind the battle lines.
2 The troops were entrenched near the mountains.
3 Television seems to be firmly entrenched as the number one medium for national advertising.
4 The enemy were strongly entrenched on the other side of the river.
5 These dictators have entrenched themselves politically and are difficult to move.
6 Ageism is entrenched in our society.
7 He entrenched himself behind his newspaper.
8 The recession remains deeply entrenched.
9 She is entrenched in her right-wing views.
10 Our soldiers were strongly entrenched on the river bank.
11 This idea had firmly entrenched itself in his consciousness.
12 Sexism is deeply entrenched in our society.
13 The Nationalists entrenched their power further by adding six seats to the Parliament.
14 The organization was often criticized for being too entrenched in its views.
15 Mary has quickly entrenched herself in the new company,[www.Sentencedict.com] and is liked by all.
16 Although encircled, they are none the less deeply entrenched.
17 Both are probably deeply entrenched in our culture.
18 This notion is a deeply entrenched article of faith.
19 The gender divisions are, if anything, even more entrenched.
20 In the small towns racial prejudice was deeply entrenched.
21 The old structures are too entrenched and too comfortable.
22 The Kabir syndrome is certainly well entrenched in those who manipulate decision making and petrodollars.
23 Longer term, newspapers seem reasonably well entrenched to deal with the welter of competition.
24 Britain is a country without entrenched constitutional limits on the powers of its supreme regular legislator, Parliament.
25 He pictured the Federals now strongly entrenched, with cannons and muskets at the ready.
26 It's very difficult to change attitudes that have become so deeply entrenched over the years.
27 If the enemy dares to attack us in these entrenched positions, we will make short work of them.
28 It was really a reiteration of the same old entrenched positions.
29 Unfortunately, these improvements have not been shared equally and health inequalities within and among countries are entrenched.
30 The human species can no longer afford the luxury of such long double-takes or the leisurely changes of heart of entrenched scientists.
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