involve[ in-volv ]SEE DEFINITION OF involve
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVOLVE
They seem to involve the bore of a climb without the pleasure of a peak.
The least delay may involve his being rescued by the rioters.'
The beautiful Norman's idea was to involve him in some quarrel or other.
Certainly, the same principle holds; but why does this involve any particular skill?
It is no part of my duty to involve others in this confession.
They involve risks which are unknown and altogether to be avoided.
"Of course, it will involve a little—insincerity," said Mr. Francis.
The college may or may not involve residence, but when it does involve residence, it is at its best.
Why am I appealed to, then, for explanations that involve them?
I did so, not to involve any other in the suspicion of this guilt, whose author I know not.