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  • verb Third person singular simple present of to embroil.

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Examples

  • "I think it's a mistake and a misuse of the office of attorney general." said Suthers 'decision "embroils" Colorado in a lawsuit challenging decades of case law concerning states' rights and the extent of federal power that was long ago settled.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

  • "I think it's a mistake and a misuse of the office of attorney general." said Suthers 'decision "embroils" Colorado in a lawsuit challenging decades of case law concerning states' rights and the extent of federal power that was long ago settled.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

  • "I think it's a mistake and a misuse of the office of attorney general." said Suthers 'decision "embroils" Colorado in a lawsuit challenging decades of case law concerning states' rights and the extent of federal power that was long ago settled.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

  • "I think it's a mistake and a misuse of the office of attorney general." said Suthers 'decision "embroils" Colorado in a lawsuit challenging decades of case law concerning states' rights and the extent of federal power that was long ago settled.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

  • "I think it's a mistake and a misuse of the office of attorney general." said Suthers 'decision "embroils" Colorado in a lawsuit challenging decades of case law concerning states' rights and the extent of federal power that was long ago settled.

    Boulder Daily Camera Most Viewed

  • Bereft of his home, Eragon and Saphira embark on a quest for vengeanceone that soon embroils them in an epic battle between good and evil.

    Two Essays by Christopher Paolini

  • He embroils the animals in further adventures into horror in the subsequent stories, until he just goes ahead and establishes in the miniseries that there's been something systematic rather than coincidental about the threats they've faced, and confers on them a special status as watchers/guardians/hunters against supernatural evil.

    BEASTS OF BURDEN by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson (Dark Horse)

  • He embroils the animals in further adventures into horror in the subsequent stories, until he just goes ahead and establishes in the miniseries that there's been something systematic rather than coincidental about the threats they've faced, and confers on them a special status as watchers/guardians/hunters against supernatural evil.

    Archive 2010-04-04

  • As financial reform embroils Washington for yet another day and Americans digest the details of yesterday's ten-hour Goldman Sachs grilling, one Wall Street fat cat is still finding a way satisfy his voracious appetite.

    "Banker Man" feasts on consumers

  • As financial reform embroils Washington for yet another day and Americans digest the details of yesterday's ten-hour Goldman Sachs grilling, one Wall Street fat cat is still finding a way satisfy his voracious appetite.

    "Banker Man" feasts on consumers

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