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adjective. ['ɛnˈtæŋgəld'] deeply involved especially in something complicated.
Rhymes with Entangled
Sentences with entangled
Thatch is made up of the dead grass that has fallen down between the living stems and become entangled.
2. Verb, past participle
Third parties also get entangled in the criminal web of bribery.
Quotes about entangled
1. I really don't even know you, and yet, in my life, you are forever entangled; to my history, inextricably bound.
- Sarah Ockler, Twenty Boy Summer
2. Equality, citizens, is not the whole of society on a level, a society of tall blades of grass and small oaks, or a number of entangled jealousies. It is, legally speaking, every aptitude having the same opportunity for a career; politically all consciences having the same right. Equality has an organ, gratuitous and compulsory education. We must begin with the right to the alphabet.
- Victor Hugo, Les Misérables
adjective. ['ɛnˈtæŋgəld'] involved in difficulties.