caught up

  1. having become involved involuntarily
    caught up in the scandal
    caught up in the excitement of the crowd
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How To Use caught up In A Sentence

  • This was the theory of alienation whereby the audience, already familiar with the story line, does not get caught up with the narrative.
  • Football has been rocked by allegations that up to eight top bosses have been caught up in a bung scandal. The Sun
  • It's very easy to get caught up in the rat race.
  • Teri Hatcher has reportedly been caught up in a terrifying elephant stampede.
  • The duke and duchess were caught up in a minor earthquake in Assam last night. Times, Sunday Times
  • he was caught up in a whirl of work
  • I finally caught up with him inside a store in one of the shopping plazas.
  • Why would someone who is caught up in prestige want to work at a University where connections count for more than accomplishment or ability?
  • The second item of news is that Europe has caught up considerably with the United States.
  • Of course there's nothing wrong with necking a few beers and getting caught up in the buzz of the World Cup.
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