Entrench in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Entrench

to establish an attitude, habit, or belief so strongly that it is not likely to change

Examples of Entrench in a sentence

Frustrated, the painter had moved on and prepared to entrench herself in another project. 🔊

Will you continue to entrench yourself in work or enjoy your weekend off? 🔊

The army captain, steadfast in his belief that the enemy would retreat, urged his troop to entrench themselves in the location. 🔊

Entrench yourself in the political stance if you must, but please do not push your agenda on me. 🔊

He was off-task early on but vowed to entrench himself in his studies as the deadline neared. 🔊

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