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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of emboil.

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Examples

  • Owen and Eunice Johns from Derby became emboiled in a dispute over an application to be foster carers after a social worker questioned their views on homosexuality.

    Christian Legal Centre has more than 50 cases in religious discrimination fight

  • The New Orleans Levee Authority, reformed by the voters after the 2005 flood to include professional engineers, hydrologists, and other experts, now admits it's been emboiled in a months-long wrangle with the Corps over the decision.

    Harry Shearer: "Sacrificial Steel": Is the Corps Dooming Eastern New Orleans Again?

  • The New Orleans Levee Authority, reformed by the voters after the 2005 flood to include professional engineers, hydrologists, and other experts, now admits it's been emboiled in a months-long wrangle with the Corps over the decision.

    Harry Shearer: "Sacrificial Steel": Is the Corps Dooming Eastern New Orleans Again?

  • The New Orleans Levee Authority, reformed by the voters after the 2005 flood to include professional engineers, hydrologists, and other experts, now admits it's been emboiled in a months-long wrangle with the Corps over the decision.

    Harry Shearer: "Sacrificial Steel": Is the Corps Dooming Eastern New Orleans Again?

  • Owen and Eunice Johns from Derby became emboiled in a dispute over an application to be foster carers after a social worker questioned their views on homosexuality.

    The Guardian World News

  • The party was emboiled in a "cash for honours" scandal after the Prime Minister admitted that £600,000 of donations from controversial businessman David Abrahams were not "lawfully declared."

    PinkNews.co.uk

  • The party was emboiled in a "cash for honours" scandal after the Prime Minister admitted that £600,000 of donations from controversial businessman David Abrahams were not "lawfully declared."

    PinkNews.co.uk

  • The party was emboiled in a "cash for honours" scandal after the Prime Minister admitted that £600,000 of donations from controversial businessman David Abrahams were not "lawfully declared."

    PinkNews.co.uk

  • The party was emboiled in a "cash for honours" scandal after the Prime Minister admitted that £600,000 of donations from controversial businessman David Abrahams were not "lawfully declared."

    PinkNews.co.uk

  • The party was emboiled in a "cash for honours" scandal after the Prime Minister admitted that £600,000 of donations from controversial businessman David Abrahams were not "lawfully declared."

    PinkNews.co.uk

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