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tr.v. un·tan·gled, un·tan·gling, un·tan·gles
1. To free from a tangle; disentangle. See Synonyms at extricate.
2. To straighten out (something puzzling or complicated); clarify or resolve: The accountant was unable to untangle the company's finances.
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Adj.1.untangled - not tangleduntangled - not tangled        
tangled - in a confused mass; "pushed back her tangled hair"; "the tangled ropes"
References in classic literature ?
This must not be, if the clue that leads through the windings of the story is to remain from end to end untangled in my hands.
describe as relaxing, I had the two strings untangled.
She's trying to get untangled so I untangled it all and her top was sagging down.
Henry hooted as Scooter sheepishly untangled himself from his bicycle.
Sarah Hartt-Snowbell's Vivian Untangled is a 136 page children's novel that is genuine and pulls no punches.
Additionally, data is not accessed easily or shared across functions, and it must be untangled from the current level of summarization and made available in its most atomic form to provide necessary flexibility.
As always, his pace and timing keep the listeners absorbed and the tale untangled.