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Synonyms for involved

concerned with

Synonyms

  • concerned with
  • associated with
  • participating in
  • connected with
  • caught up in
  • occupied by

absorbed in

Synonyms

  • absorbed in
  • caught up in
  • lost in
  • deep in
  • fascinated by
  • immersed in
  • gripped by
  • engrossed in
  • captivated by
  • enthralled by
  • preoccupied by
  • up to your ears in
  • wrapped up in

Synonyms for involved

Synonyms for involved

connected by participation or association or use

Antonyms

entangled or hindered as if e.g. in mire

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emotionally involved

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highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious

enveloped

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References in classic literature ?
My reasons for pursuing this course may be understood from the following: First, were I to give a minute statement of all the facts, it is not only possible, but quite probable, that others would thereby be involved in the most embar- rassing difficulties.
Men of family would not be very fond of connecting themselves with a girl of such obscurity and most prudent men would be afraid of the inconvenience and disgrace they might be involved in, when the mystery of her parentage came to be revealed.
The estate at Delaford was never reckoned more than two thousand a year, and his brother left everything sadly involved.
One unexpected sentence came from her lips after another, till I got involved in a web of mystification; and wondered what unseen spirit had been sitting for weeks by my heart watching its workings and taking record of every pulse.
Lorry glanced at the distant House, and lowered his voice, "you can have no conception of the difficulty with which our business is transacted, and of the peril in which our books and papers over yonder are involved.
Would this last expectation have any influence at all, when the probability was computed, that the person who was to afford that exemption might himself be involved in the consequences of the measure, and might be incapacitated by his agency in it from affording the desired impunity?
He became involved in a palace intrigue, and only saved himself by betraying his accomplices.
My jests, gentlemen, are of course in bad taste, jerky, involved, lacking self-confidence.
He married, first, Mary, daughter of Charles the Bold; after her death, Bianca Sforza; and thus became involved in Italian politics.
The regiment, involved like a cart involved in mud and muddle, started unevenly with many jolts and jerks.
For military science to say this is like defining momentum in mechanics by reference to the mass only: stating that momenta are equal or unequal to each other simply because the masses involved are equal or unequal.
What a store of good fortune, what a goodly contribution to happiness, in the very best sense of that term, is really involved in a cheerful, grateful, physical temperament; especially, in the case of a poet--a great poet--who will, of course, have to face the appropriate trials of a great poet.
When the honorable and gallant baronet, her father, died, he left the widowed Lady Malkinshaw with her worldly affairs in a curiously involved state.
When at last he roused himself from his abstraction the sun's rim was visible above the hills, but in the new conditions he found no other light than that of day; his understanding was involved as darkly in doubt as before.
But, if the facts which were involved at the criminal trial can also be shown to be involved in a civil action (and in this case they can), the entire matter may be made the subject of a new legal inquiry; and the verdict of a second jury, completely vindicating your husband, may thus be obtained.