Definition of enmesh
- deeply enmeshed in the plot
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
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: to wrap or tangle (someone or something) in a net
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