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Definition of "entailing" [entailing]

  • Present participle of entail. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "entailing" in a sentence
  • "In the economic and material sphere, this means, for many, an open market — the opportunity for entrepreneurship — but for most of us, means simple prosperity, entailing economic security (a stable enough supply of material goods that one can live without dependence), and a capacity for material self-expression (consumption)."
  • "The report also documented a significant increase in early medication abortion, entailing use of the so-called abortion pill."
  • "Alongside love, travel lies at the heart of secular notions of happiness, though, unlike love, it is generally assumed to be a straightforward process entailing few conceptual or philosophical conundrums."