Definition of Embrangle

1. Verb. Make more complicated or confused through entanglements.

Exact synonyms: Snarl, Snarl Up
Generic synonyms: Complicate, Perplex
Specialized synonyms: Snafu
Derivative terms: Snarl



Definition of Embrangle

1. v. t. To confuse; to entangle.

Definition of Embrangle

1. Verb. to embroil ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Embrangle

1. [v -GLED, -GLING, -GLES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Embrangle

embracer
embraceries
embracers
embracery
embraces
embracing
embracingly
embracive
embraid
embraided
embraiding
embraids
embramine
embranchment
embranchments
embrangle (current term)
embrangled
embranglement
embranglements
embrangles
embrangling
embrasor
embrasors
embrasure
embrasures
embrave
embraved
embraves
embraving
embrazure

Literary usage of Embrangle

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1. The Works of George Berkeley by George Berkeley (1871)
"... as we cannot perceive or imagine insensible involved in a dispute or difficulty. This is w ie no perception or imagination; and K To 'embrangle' or ..."

2. Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1895)
"And therefore he is not worth to the world that I should embroil and embrangle myself in his interests. Of Miss Hayes' intellect I do not think so highly as ..."

3. Reeves' History of the English Law: From the Time of the Romans, to the End by John Reeves, William Francis Finlason (1879)
"... after the encouragement they had received by some adjudications in their favor.3 The introduction of uses tended much to embrangle questions of real ..."

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