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embrangle

verb em·bran·gle \im-ˈbraŋ-gəl\
em·bran·gledem·bran·gling\-g(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of EMBRANGLE

transitive verb
:  embroil
em·bran·gle·ment \-gəl-mənt\ noun

Examples of EMBRANGLE

  1. <it seems everyone who was even remotely connected to the man became somehow embrangled in the scandal surrounding him>

Origin of EMBRANGLE

en- + brangle (squabble)
First Known Use: 1664

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