embroil


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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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To embroil the confusion, and make it impossible to arrive at any general statement,--when we have insisted on the imperfection of individuals, our affections and our experience urge that every individual is entitled to honor, and a very generous treatment is sure to be repaid.
If I were going to remain here, I might think it worth my while to embroil myself.
A top Trump administration intelligence official warned of the "real potential" of war between Israel and Hizbullah that could bring in Iran and embroil the region in conflict.
NNA - 14/10/2012 - Despite its being in itself a feat of technical/military breakthrough, Hezbollah's remote-controlled pilotless drone sent by the party over the Mediterranean Sea and into Israel, might embroil the country in an unnecessary conflict Fouad Sinyora commented today.
The American company selected a subcontractor on its own, do not embroil me and the government into this," Prime Minister Omurbek Babanov said at the government meeting today in comments about the tenders in Manas Airport.
And scores of other lesser-known Missourians were embroil in land disputes divorces, and other court cases.