entangle[ en-tang-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF entangle
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTANGLE
Bunyan rather looked on him as a false friend trying to entangle him.
Yes; he contrived to entangle himself in some Jacobite plot.
I was determined to entangle Nepcote, and to free Hazel Rath.
At present she has a mission too, which is to entangle me into a compromising position.
She've no wiles to entangle you with; an' I 'low that she'd despise the use o' them anyhow.
Then went the Pharisees, and took counsel how they might entangle him in his talk.
He meant it as a question, by which he hoped to entangle poor Rose.
It was easy to entangle the two so that the answer fitted with his will, and he walked bewildered.
What youve got to remember is that Im not trying to entangle him.
Why should we, who are soldiers, entangle ourselves with the things of this life?