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Definition of "embroiled" []

  • Deeply involved in trouble, conflict or argument (adjective)
  • Deeply involved in a problematic relationship (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of embroil. (verb)

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Use "embroiled" in a sentence
  • "And thus I found myself once again embroiled in the Where's The Change debate, despite having gone through it with two other teenagers."
  • "The "action" in which Marlowe always becomes embroiled is fun to read, perhaps even keeps us reading, but for me such action adds little to my perception of him as a character, which is also always being reinforced by the way in which he describes this action to us."
  • "I only hear her name embroiled in controversy and she is nowhere to be found."