entangled[ en-tang-guh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF entangled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENTANGLED
That she would so alter her affairs that I might be entangled in no lawsuits.
Mrs. Blair staggered to her feet, entangled by her skirt, and pitching like a ship at sea.
Before I felt my danger, I was entangled beyond the possibility of escape.
The cable that ran from it was entangled with the wreckage of the derrick, but it had not been cut.
But how and in what way these are to be attained, will have to be considered attentively, or we may be entangled in error.
The snares of the conspiracy had entangled him, but his heart was not in it.
It had got entangled among the branches and prevented him rolling off into the water.
Our next endeavour was to release the captain, who was entangled under the boat.
The currents carried our lines under the raft, where they got entangled.
She 96 examined the web carefully to see how securely Maya was entangled.
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