embroil[ em-broil ]SEE DEFINITION OF embroil
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBROIL
In any case I shall not embroil them with each other as you would.
The man whom he knew to be his rival was about to embroil himself with everybody.
Would it make her heart lighter to have you embroil yourself for her sake?
"If continued, these wars will embroil all the tribes of the West," said Clark.
They only help us for money, and they wish only to embroil the world in war.
She forbade them, I understand, because they were likely to embroil her in unnecessary wars.
As a like conduct might embroil you with your hosts, you will change your abode from time to time.
This latter course could only tend to embroil France with Italy.
And this is why she strives to embroil your country with Japan and Mexico.
It was desirable to embroil as few as possible in the Lancaster dispute.