Definition of enmesh
: to catch or entangle in or as if in meshes deeply enmeshed in the plot
enmeshmentplay \i(m)-ˈmesh-mənt\ noun
Examples of enmesh in a Sentence
soon after Eli Whitney had invented it, others copied his cotton gin, and he spent the rest of his life enmeshed in lawsuits trying to protect his invention
Recent Examples of enmesh from the Web
The Tigers (34-42) were supposed to be a factor in the AL Central, while the Twins were thought to be enmeshed in another year of rebuilding.
From common subsidies for farmers to standards on consumer products and banishing all types of impediments to trade, the British economy is deeply enmeshed in the workings of the EU.
From subsidies for farmers to standards on consumer products and banishing all types of impediments to trade, the British economy is deeply enmeshed in the workings of the EU.
As the U.S. role in the Syrian conflict becomes further enmeshed in this array of complex, combustible issues, there is a discernible lack of leadership coming from the White House.
With her brother by her side, Barbara soon became enmeshed in queer Ft.
Enmeshed in the conservative think tank world, Hirsi Ali has successfully branded herself an expert on Islamic extremism.
Voters’ attention to the issue has intensified after Pena Nieto and his family were enmeshed in an influence-peddling scandal.
For all his achievements, the 1968 Masters shadowed De Vicenzo and the two other golfers enmeshed in the improbable event.
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Definition of enmesh for English Language Learners
: to wrap or tangle (someone or something) in a net
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