enmeshed

[ US /ɛnˈmɛʃt/ ]
[ UK /ɛnmˈɛʃt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. caught as if in a mesh
    enmeshed in financial difficulties
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How To Use enmeshed In A Sentence

  • However, the duck confit was cut up in cold bits and enmeshed in a strange, oily construction of mushrooms and haricots verts.
  • But they were already enmeshed in politics. The English Civil War: A People's History
  • Despite the skill with which Jellicoe and Beatty had enmeshed the High Seas Fleet, Iron Duke had fired only nine salvos when Scheer turned his ships around and vanished into the mist. Castles of Steel
  • In postwar years, the royal protection team found itself increasingly enmeshed in a web of protocol. The Bullet Catchers
  • The Spanish civil war ushered in a new era in which the civilian population was enmeshed in the conflict.
  • Even songs we can't stand ricochet in our minds; those that we love become enmeshed with our innermost feelings and memories.
  • Congress worried about becoming enmeshed in a foreign war.
  • But they were already enmeshed in politics. The English Civil War: A People's History
  • The research team identified three distinct family profiles-one happy, termed cohesive, and two unhappy, termed disengaged and enmeshed. The Hindu - Home
  • The typical Czech "greengrocer" - Havel's famous description of the symbolic Czech Everyman - did not believe Soviet propaganda, but felt helplessly enmeshed in it. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
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