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embroiled
Definition:
deeply involved especially in something complicated; " embroiled in the conflict"; " felt unwilling entangled in their affairs"

Synonyms:

adjective
all
embroiled, entangled.
chaotic
amorphous, anarchical, anarchistic, blurry, chaotic, cluttered, confused, deformed, deranged, disarrayed, discomposed, disconnected, disheveled, disordered, disorderly, disorganized, formless, frantic, frenzied, fuzzy, inchoate, incoherent, inconsistent, indefinite, indistinct, inexact, insane, irregular, jumbled, lawless, lax, loose, messy, muddled, obscure, perturbed, rambunctious, shapeless, tempestuous, tumultuous, undisciplined, uneven, unruly, wild, Disintegrated, out of control.
involved
affected, concerned, embarrassed, embroiled, enmeshed, entangled, hooked, interested, occupied, participating, tangled, Caught, Incriminated, Into, eat sleep and breathe, immersed in, knee-deep in, mixed up in, mixed up with, taking part in, up to here in, up to one's neck in.
noun
embroiled
entangled, involved.
verb
complicate
bedevil, clog, combine, convolute, disarrange, elaborate, embroil, fold, handicap, impede, interrelate, interweave, jumble, muck up, multiply, obscure, ravel, screw up, snafu, snag, twist, upset, Infold, Interfuse, snarl up, foul up, make intricate, render unintelligible, make waves, open can of worms, add fuel to fire.
confuse
blend, clutter, disarray, discombobulate, disorganize, intermingle, litter, mingle, mistake, rumple, tousle, tumble, bedlamize, discreate, muss up.
disorder
discompose, dishevel, disjoint, dislocate, disrupt, distemper, rummage, scatter, shuffle, unsettle, mess up.
disorganize
break down, complicate, demobilize, destroy, disband, disperse, mislay, misplace, perturb, scramble, toss, break up, turn topsy-turvy, put out of order.
embroil
compromise, confound, confuse, derange, disorder, disturb, disunite, encumber, enmesh, ensnare, entangle, implicate, incriminate, involve, mire, muddle, perplex, snarl, tangle, trouble, mix up, cause trouble.
enmesh
box in, catch, draw in, entrap, hook, net, snare, trammel, trap, lay for, drag into, lay a trap for, make party to.
ensnare
capture, cheat, deceive, decoy, entice, inveigle, lure, mislead, rope in, suck in, trick, bat eyes at, come on, bag*.
entangle
bewilder, burden, corner, embarrass, embrangle, enchain, fetter, hamper, intertwine, knot, lead on, mat, puzzle, set up, swindle, Intertangle, duke in.
entrap
allure, beguile, benet, seduce, tempt, reel in.
Examples of usage:
  1. Do not allow yourselves to be embroiled in the struggle. – The Forerunners by Romain Rolland
  2. Upon this the Roman camp began again to be embroiled by a mutiny among the soldiers, and the disagreement of the consuls: since Paulus instanced to Varro the temerity of Sempronius and Flaminius; while Varro pointed to Fabius, as a specious example to timid and inactive generals. – The History of Rome; Books Nine to Twenty-Six by Titus Livius
  3. Every soul that knew them both, said it was a thousand pities but they should come together, and extinguish, in their happy union, the mutual animosity of the two families, which had so often embroiled the whole neighbourhood. – The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves by Tobias Smollett

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