[ US /ɪnsˈnɑɹɫ/ ]
  1. entangle or catch in (or as if in) a mesh
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use ensnarl In A Sentence

  • After a really good lunch, we got ensnarled in traffic and were a little late.
  • Sitting candidates are almost always re-elected unless they've become ensnarled in some scandal or dubious practice that affects them personally.
  • Two brothers - one a rookie police officer, the other a recently returned Vietnam veteran - get ensnarled in the riots that ravaged Washington, D.C., in 1968, following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
  • It is expected that this may also help ensnarl four new members.
  • Another politician with his eyes on the presidency is Mauricio Macri, the conservative mayor of Buenos Aires who has been ensnarled in a suit over wiretapping which he says was trumped up by Kirchner allies. Ex-Argentine President N
  • No other biological phenomenon has remained so persistently ensnarled in fundamental philosophical and semantic tangles.
  • The game in which I am currently ensnarled is all about waiting.
  • If you're going to stick with her long term and she's going to continue to be depressed and anxious, you'd best learn to love her the way she is and not get ensnarled in her issues.
  • Grimy and eternally ensnarled in traffic, it is clogged by too many people living in too little space.
  • Children may become lost or ensnarled, and some of their music may go missing without teachers and other musically proficient adults to help the young along, however.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy