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Sentence count:258+14 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: absorbaffectcomplicateconcernconfoundconfuseencompassengrossentailenvelopimplicateincludeoccupytangleSimilar words: involvedinvolvementevolverevolve aroundinvokeresolvedissolverevolvingMeaning: [ɪn'vɑlv /-'vɒlv]  v. 1. connect closely and often incriminatingly 2. engage as a participant 3. have as a necessary feature or consequence; entail 4. require as useful, just, or proper 5. contain as a part 6. wrap 7. occupy or engage the interest of 8. make complex or intricate or complicated. 
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1) The test will involve answering questions about a photograph.
2) Don't involve other people in your trouble.
3) Inventions typically involve minor improvements in technology.
4) Most air rage incidents involve heavy drinking.
5) What will the job involve?
6) Don't involve me in your quarrel.
7) Don't involve yourself with those people.
8) The treatment does not involve the use of any artificial drugs.
9) Please don't involve me.
10) The next phase of the operation will involve the deployment of more than 35,( troops from a dozen countries.
11) Clouds involve the mountain top.
12) A late booking may involve you in extra cost.
13) Different circumstances involve adopting different tactics.
14) Repairs involve skilled labour, which can be expensive.
15) 90% of car accidents involve excess speed.
16) I didn't mean to involve you in all this.
17) Don't involve me in solving your problems!
18) Parents should involve themselves in their child's education.
19) What does the work involve?
20) A retrofit may involve putting in new door jambs.
21) Your job may well involve some travelling .
22) These changes will involve everyone on the staff.
23) Don't involve yourself in unnecessary dispute.
24) Most political questions involve morality in some form or other.
25) We want to involve the workforce at all stages of the decision-making process.
26) The school's unexceptionable purpose is to involve parents more closely in the education of their children.
27) There is a sharp distinction between crimes which involve injury to people and those that don't.
28) Discussions should involve local people both inside and outside the school.
29) A traditional Indian custom used to involve widows burning themselves alive on their husbands' funeral pyres.
30) The new mayor is reaching out to the local community to involve them in his plans for the city.
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