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enmeshed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenmesheden‧meshed /ɪnˈmeʃt/ adjective [not before noun] 🔊 🔊 TAKE PART/BE INVOLVEDvery involved in an unpleasant or complicated situationenmeshed in/with 🔊 Congress worried about becoming enmeshed in a foreign war.
Examples from the Corpus
enmeshedThe boats surrounded the whales, drove them into nets, where they became enmeshed and were rendered helpless by harpoon thrusts.He was forced to back away, almost tripping over bodies and becoming enmeshed in other fights.enmeshed in/withThe international sector Our economy is deeply enmeshed in a complex web of economic relationships with the rest of the world.Politics and art were inextricably enmeshed in Dada literary and polemical manifestos and anti-manifestos.Sexless, motiveless, enmeshed in guilt for the crimes of some one else.The McDougals remain enmeshed in legal problems in the wake of their conviction with Tucker.But I was too enmeshed in my own pain to give him the genuinely happy smile he needed.He was forced to back away, almost tripping over bodies and becoming enmeshed in other fights.Many trade union leaderships had become enmeshed in participation in incomes policies and arrangements for long-term contracts.Ubeunon priests, business people, journalists: Whatever our intentions, we were all enmeshed in the system.
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