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
For all his achievements, the 1968 Masters shadowed De Vicenzo and the two other golfers enmeshed in the improbable event.
That will enmesh Washington in a never-ending sectarian struggle, fuel regional instability and complicate its ties with countries such as Iraq that want good relations with both sides.
But Jake’s plan wouldn’t work if BP weren’t such a compelling character, enmeshed within a web of classic teen drama.
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First Known Use of enmesh
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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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