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Definition of "enmeshing" [enmeshing]

  • Present participle of enmesh. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "enmeshing" in a sentence
  • "There was a good deal of "enmeshing" there, too, as the majority Black population served as an endless supply of cheap labour for the white elite, and was too populous in any case to be banished holus-bolus to the bantustans."
  • "She now oversees a team of people dedicated to enmeshing politicians, celebrities, producers and programmers in this particular bit of the web."
  • "Whereas Chinese sabre-rattling in the mid-1990s ultimately achieved very little politically, this is about enmeshing the two economies in such a way that Taiwan's future is tied to China's."
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