Synonym: drag, drag in, sweep, sweep up, tangle. Similar words: embrace, embrasure, adroit, oil, soil, foil, boil, toilet. Meaning: [ɪm'brɔɪl] v. force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action.
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1 I don't want to become embroiled in their arguments.
2 They became embroiled in a dispute with their neighbours.
3 He became embroiled in a dispute with his neighbours.
4 Take care not to get embroiled with those people.
5 They are embroiled in a war against their will.
6 I was reluctant to embroil myself in his problems.
7 They embroiled Peter in their quarrel.
8 He embroiled himself in their argument.
9 I don't want to become embroiled in their quarrels.
10 The Government insisted that troops would not become embroiled in battles in Bosnia.
11 I became embroiled in an argument with the taxi driver.
12 Any hostilities could result in retaliation and further embroil U.N. troops in fighting.
13 Both products have been embroiled in angry debate.
14 But now city officials find themselves embroiled in a battle with a fierce critic of the law: the Roman Catholic Church.
15 Six candidates are embroiled in a Commons clash over who will succeed Bernard Wetherill.
16 Why did you embroil innocent,(www.Sentencedict.com) ordinary civilians?
17 Don't embroil me in your quarrel.
18 The speech that gets embroil is more.
19 Thelikelihoodislinked embroil by a few friendship.
20 If time grew, probable meeting embroil arrives pupil, cause blindness!
21 At 8 o'clock: It is embroil falls counterpoised , you do not go to that is to say become a few sites that had been dropped by search engine K, you are done so is a kind of cogged behavior.
22 John and Peter were quarrelling, but Mary refused to get embroiled.
23 The United Nations was reluctant to get its forces embroiled in civil war.
24 He was a passionate, combative, choleric, and difficult man, frequently embroiled in legal disputes.
25 Researchers who speak plainly are likely to find themselves embroiled in controversy and accused of unscientific bias.
26 Understandably, I suppose, he did not want Reuters to become embroiled in controversy.
27 Element person " the characteristic that the skin provides depends on, she can rise the embroil with lifestyle and product, very good sale."
28 But it is election time in Tanzania, one of the poorest countries in the world, and Mr. Kikwete is embroil ed in what political analysts say is the feisti est presidential race this country has seen.
29 Hans , i don ' t think we should embroil sophie in this ...
30 If your friendship links the word that is fallen to counterpoise by Baidu, so your website may get embroil.