Examples of tangled in a Sentence
it helps to have a lawyer to sort out the tangled contracts that home buyers typically have to contend with
Recent Examples of tangled from the Web
Yet the country is still a tangled mess, with violent conflict likely to continue for the foreseeable future.
Invisibilia is heady stuff, and Spiegel and Rosin are excellent guides for the journey to decode our tangled minds.
The Making of Erin Hills: A gripping narrative of the tangled development of the magnificent golf course that came to host the U.S. Open.
Dan Deacon composed the original score for Rat Film, an awesome-looking documentary about his home city of Baltimore and its tangled history with the titular rodents.
Bloody bloody bad presidents: Jamelle Bouie takes hold of the tangled knot of confusion that is our president’s recent comments on Andrew Jackson and the Civil War and tries to explain the depth of its wrongness.
The tangled tax bill signed by President Donald Trump has created a growing group of suit-and-tie insomniacs on college campuses.
The federal investigation is the latest in a tangled saga that has stretched two years, ensnaring coaches, administrators, parents and players.
But two decades ago, in Poland, I was given a fresh look at a tangled history by scholars formed in a country that did not experience the Thirty Years War, but which did have a devastating experience of both the mid-20th-century totalitarianisms.
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First Known Use of tangled
Synonymsbaroque, byzantine, complicate, complicated, convoluted, daedal, elaborate, intricate, involute, involved, knotty, labyrinthian, labyrinthine, sophisticated, complex
Antonymsnoncomplex, noncomplicated, plain, simple, uncomplicated
Related Wordsovercomplex, overcomplicated; composite, compound, heterogeneous, mixed, multibranched, multifaceted, multifarious, multipart, varied; challenging, difficult, tough; impenetrable, incomprehensible, inexplicable, Kafkaesque, unfathomable, unintelligible
Near Antonymsoversimplified, simplified, simplistic; homogeneous, uniform, unvaried
TANGLED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tangled for English Language Learners
: twisted together into a knot
: complicated or confusing
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