Similar words: embroil, embroidery, broiler, embrace, embrasure, imbroglio, toilet, eau de toilette. Meaning: [ɪm'brɔɪl] adj. deeply involved especially in something complicated.
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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. They embroiled Peter in their quarrel.
7. He embroiled himself in their argument.
8. I don't want to become embroiled in their quarrels.
9. The Government insisted that troops would not become embroiled in battles in Bosnia.
10. I became embroiled in an argument with the taxi driver.
11. Both products have been embroiled in angry debate.
12. So keeping a low profile avoids getting embroiled in political controversy, which is the proper province of the elected Diet.
13. Newport have also been embroiled in allegations, by Glamorgan Wanderers and Penarth, of poaching.
14. More recently he was embroiled in a row with Darlington's Catholic community over plans to extend two schools.
15. Bush has become embroiled in destructive skirmishing at home even as his aides maneuver adroitly to avoid pointless battles abroad.
16. But soon thereafter, Mr Teitelbaum became embroiled in a series of lawsuits over control of the franchiser.
17. But now city officials find themselves embroiled in a battle with a fierce critic of the law: the Roman Catholic Church.
18. Stuck in this predicament the four travellers become embroiled in a drama unfolding in the house nearby.
19. She was also embroiled in buying a house with him.
20. Next Norman Bowler went down and also got embroiled,[Sentence dictionary] receiving a kick in the face that broke his jaw.
21. Taxpayers embroiled in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service may soon get some help.
22. The hazards of becoming embroiled in domestic squabbles - and he still saw this as one - were their repercussions.
23. John and Peter were quarrelling, but Mary refused to get embroiled.
24. The United Nations was reluctant to get its forces embroiled in civil war.
25. He was a passionate, combative, choleric, and difficult man, frequently embroiled in legal disputes.
26. Santorum said many Democrats deserted the bill last month when it became embroiled in the continuing budget debate.
27. Researchers who speak plainly are likely to find themselves embroiled in controversy and accused of unscientific bias.
28. Understandably, I suppose, he did not want Reuters to become embroiled in controversy.
29. If Felipe didn't like it he shouldn't have agreed to their coming and got them embroiled.
30. All the competitors, it seemed, had backwards baseball caps and were embroiled in drug scandals.
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