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entanglement

noun en·tan·gle·ment \in-ˈtaŋ-gəl-mənt, en-\

Definition of ENTANGLEMENT

1
a :  the action of entangling :  the state of being entangled
b :  something that entangles, confuses, or ensnares <a project delayed by legal entanglements>
2
:  the condition of being deeply involved <their entanglement in politics>

Examples of ENTANGLEMENT

  1. <his life is greatly complicated by his romantic entanglements>

First Known Use of ENTANGLEMENT

1535

Rhymes with ENTANGLEMENT

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