embroil


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Synonyms for embroil

Synonyms for embroil

to draw in so that extrication is difficult

Synonyms for embroil

force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action

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Sinyora contended that Hezbollah's illtimed dispatching of drones over "occupied zones" might embroil us in conflict with unforeseen consequences reminiscent of the 2006 conflict when Hasan Nasrullah apologized for not being adequately prepared for an all-out showdown with Israel.
And scores of other lesser-known Missourians were embroil in land disputes divorces, and other court cases.
And as the feds embroil themselves more and more in child support, they've set up financial incentives that allow many state governments to profit from child support money intended for welfare babies.
Thus began a conversation of more than 40 years, as Arab and Jew learned to discuss the complexities of the problem that still embroils the Middle East today.
Luther's enterprising friend Sparky is dying to get out of Flint, and he has hatched a get-richquick scheme, involving a rat and a lawyer whose phone number is 1-800-SUE-EMALL, in which he embroils Luther.