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Deep InfluencePlay
Use 'entrench' when something has a deep and lasting impact on a person's thoughts or beliefs. SlideDecades of tradition have so entrenched their customs that any changes meet strong resistance.
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Resistant to ChangePlay
'Entrench' suggests that the idea or belief is very difficult, if not impossible, to change. SlideHer belief in fairness is deeply entrenched despite the unfairness she has faced.
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Emotional ConnectionPlay
‘Entrench’ often relates to beliefs or habits tied to strong emotions or personal identity. SlideHis sense of justice was so entrenched that it became a core part of his personality.