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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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inextricable
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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • In his mind the smell of it was inextricably mixed up with fornication.
  • And in addition, only a person thoroughly grounded in Ingsoc could appreciate the full force of the word bellyfeel, which implied a blind, enthusiastic acceptance difficult to imagine today; or of the word oldthink, which was inextricably mixed up with the idea of wickedness and decadence.
  • The cloves and saccharine, themselves disgusting enough in their sickly way, could not disguise the flat oily smell; and what was worst of all was that the smell of gin, which dwelt with him night and day, was inextricably mixed up in his mind with the smell of thoseHe never named them, even in his thoughts, and so far as it was possible he never visualized them.

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  • the inextricable tie between culture, religion, and politics
  • an inextricable knot

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