Thesaurus / more involved


At any rate, though his productive energy was unabated, his affairs grew ever more and more involved.

However, the more involved children are with drugs, the more difficult it is for them to stop.

What Works: Schools Without DrugsUnited States Department of Education

Those who use short, crisp sentences have less need for punctuation marks than those who use longer and more involved sentences.

Plain EnglishMarian Wharton

"You may be sure, my dear, that I don't wish to get any more involved in this coil of sin and misery than you do," I began.

A Pair of Patient LoversWilliam Dean Howells

To be "involved" was of the essence of everybody's affairs, and also at every particular moment to be more involved than usual.

What Maisie KnewHenry James

He could not stir a step in any direction for want of money—getting every hour more and more involved and harassed on this score.

There is more involved here than realigning the wheels and smoothing the gears of administrative machinery.

Meanwhile the affairs of Fisher and Fox were becoming more and more involved.

There was more involved in his decision than his own inclinations.

The Wall BetweenSara Ware Bassett

My lawyers tell me they never delved into a more involved case.

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