Meaning of indissolubly in English:


Pronunciation /ˌɪndɪˈsɒljʊbli/


See indissoluble

‘The promise and the dangers of our era are indissolubly connected.’
  • ‘In habitually using the term ‘nation-state’ to describe our collective status, we assume these two entities to be indissolubly twinned.’
  • ‘That is to say, these views are indissolubly opposed.’
  • ‘The status that we are seeking is indissolubly linked to the icon and is not transferable to the masses still attempting to buy it, and with it, an identity.’
  • ‘In contemporary political thought, the term ‘civil rights’ is indissolubly linked to the struggle for equality of American blacks during the 1950s and 60s.’