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ensnarl

verb en·snarl \in-ˈsnär(-ə)l, en-\

Definition of ENSNARL

transitive verb
:  to involve in a snarl

Examples of ENSNARL

  1. <for two years the couple was ensnarled in the red tape of an international adoption>

First Known Use of ENSNARL

15th century

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