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- n. Alternative form of imbroglio.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See imbroglio.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An erroneous form (imitating embroil) of imbroglio.
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This is not the first time such an embroglio has hit India's shores.
At the end of one of the last two Dem debates, Hillary herself laughed at the * personal struggles* or something to that effect she has gone through, everyone knowing that she meant the whole Monica/impeachment embroglio.
Of course all of the people in the know think that only the Wright embroglio inflamed to its worst will save Hillary.
The slow drip of the Rezko embroglio is going to end his campaign mercifully.
In the aftermath of the Heaven vs Hell embroglio the economy of Hell is suffering.
But there's an ugly undercurrent to the macaca embroglio, for which Allen also has to be held responsible, as his campaign handlers attempted to deflect blame for Allen's gaffe on the news media and on "scurrilous attacks by our opponent and his leftist 'allies."
Nonetheless, that St. Louiscon embroglio sic ad fandom's general attitude toward me since that time have left their mark.
SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL: Well, it certainly was one of the ideas that was raised, and it's, I think, an indication, again, of President Mubarak doing what he can to try to find a way out of the current embroglio.
MS. MYERS: The question was -- Brit's still trying to get to the bottom of the great face cut embroglio.