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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of emboil.
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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 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.
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."
So, Mr Gingrich would have us emboiled in another pre-emtive war, because the last one went so well for us. hasn't he heard we don't have the money to fight another war?
Partnering with CVS who is currently emboiled in many privacy suits on how they share information with potential marketers of drugs, etc. (you are the company you keep.) 5.
Liz Truss 'won seat from another Tory emboiled in affair'
"neutralise" were commonly used by South Africans emboiled in a bloody, low intensity war.