- v. present participle of tangle.
“The computer company and the Beatles record label tangling in court, and we have word of a verdict for you.”
“Truth to tell, sitting in the conference room of the Challenger over a hundred years later, Scotty liked the idea of tangling with the galactic barrier again even less than he had back on the Enterprise.”
“But half the fun of the tangling is the untangling, watching characters grow up and persevere, and all my favorite movies seem to recognize this.”
“MT -- there was never any threat of "tangling" during the 1996 missile crisis.”
“At the end, the suitors turn out to be hazel twigs in a bush where a songthrush is singing, and the "tangling" of the branches suggests them surrounding her and trying to win her heart.”
“Curtis Hill was all thumbs, fumbling with his needles, tangling his fingers as he tried to cast on.”
“To let MERS continue simply allows it to continue wreaking havoc on property records and the legal morass it's created to continue tangling foreclosure and bankruptcy cases nationwide.”
“They fell all over themselves, tangling in the chains, grabbing up boxes, bales, casks, heavy jars, you name it.”
“She ran fingers over the back of my neck, tangling them in the fine hairs.”
“Stomach knotting with nausea, she rolled out of bed, her nightgown tangling around her legs, and stumbled to the bathroom.”
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