enmesh[ en-mesh ]SEE DEFINITION OF enmesh
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENMESH
He had no fear of the consequences of his attempt to enmesh Louise Treharne.
He was leading the way into a trap, long set, which was sure to enmesh its prey.
What misshapen gargantuan of nebulous formed flesh, hurls out its flood of darkness, the systems to enmesh.
I let my father do as he pleases; he daily seeks to enmesh me more and more in the affairs of the town, and I submit.
Both must appear sad and joyless in the extreme, and enmesh the beholder in blackest pessimism.
If one man is to run a hedge round a pasture, the pasture must first be stripped of the rights of common which enmesh it.
Ross strove to enmesh them in the robe, using the pressure of his body to slam them all on the buttons and levers of the board.
He maintained his position, and was condemned to death as a traitor, under the law which had been framed expressly to enmesh him.
All his anxiety was that Cesare should enmesh himself deep enough; and then—!
If her behaviour had been designed to draw him on and enmesh him completely, it could not have been more effective.