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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of embrangle.


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  • At its heart, this attitude embrangles the concepts of "need" and "want"; those fubsy fuddy-duddies with griseous imaginations believe that words no longer in frequent use will never in the future be needed by English speakers and writers more nitid than themselves.

    A Gentleman's C


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