tangle

[ tang-guhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF tangle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TANGLE

"It wasn't just a tangle, like combings," she went on slowly.

He looked backward from the heights above the tangle after they had come through it.

It is a nest of greenery in the midst of a tangle of brushwood.

What on earth could I do when affairs were in such a tangle?

There was a tangle of undergrowth, and a heavy grove of palms.

I suppose he worries dreadfully about his part of the tangle.

This time he got further into the tangle before he grounded.

There were some weather-beaten trees and a tangle of shrubs about it.

The tangle is a shocking one—lies, lies everywhere, and in the places where they were least to be expected.

I cannot endure this tangle; neither can I get you out of it.

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