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imbroglio

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Relevant editors appeared to have been aware of Barrett’s plagiarism incidents but not so much about the imbroglio over her Post story, according to a staffer at the meeting.

The NBA estimates the imbroglio cost $400 million in lost revenue.

From Fortune

But perhaps another errant remark by Hickenlooper recorded at the meeting sums up the whole imbroglio best.

Yet the current imbroglio in which Obama finds himself is self-inflicted.

Twitter is afire with thoughts on the Woodward-Politico-Gene Sperling imbroglio.

No wonder the summit was eclipsed by the B-movie imbroglio over Secret Service agents moonlighting as sex tourists.

Nonetheless, the great distortion of the debt-ceiling imbroglio was that failure to do a deal would have led to a default.

Hence, as the intelligent reader can foresee, this groom has a part to play in the imbroglio.

It was strange to get news again, and strike suddenly into this extraordinary Chinese imbroglio.

And indeed his world is one huge imbroglio of Potentialities and Diplomatic Intricacies, agitating to behold.

What was to come of this strange imbroglio in which I now stood; how was Fate about to deal with me?

It is a short story of seventy-five small pages only and of the Italian-Spanish imbroglio type.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to imbroglio, such as: brouhaha, entanglement, quandary, spat, squabble, and altercation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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