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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enmesh.

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Examples

  • Ultimately, recognition of the universal, delicate synchronicity that enmeshes us at every scale of time and space may enable us to be more sensitively attuned to our interconnected universe -- a sort of cosmic soup that is both sub-atomic and vast at the same time.

    Kevin Bermeister: God's Time, Science's Ideal

  • The mystery enmeshes local cop John Rafferty, who had left the pressures of big city police work for a quieter life in Salem and now finds himself falling for the enigmatic Towner as he mourns Eva and delves into the history of the eccentric Whitney clan.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » A conversation with Brunonia Barry, part 2

  • I agree -- even though my own rage would be hyperactive if I or a loved one was violated -- I still agree that killing for killing's sake does not bring a person back, and who is to say that it does justice if it enmeshes us forever in a cycle of violence?

    Carol Smaldino: Stories of Forgiveness

  • Ultimately, recognition of the universal, delicate synchronicity that enmeshes us at every scale of time and space may enable us to be more sensitively attuned to our interconnected universe -- a sort of cosmic soup that is both sub-atomic and vast at the same time.

    Kevin Bermeister: God's Time, Science's Ideal

  • Being the recipient of a kindness (e.g. a small gift) enmeshes you in the game as you have to log into the Akoha site to acknowledge receipt of the card and the kindness.

    Discourse.net: Akoha: Pokemon + Real-Life Second Life for Grownups

  • "Two-song Jiang Shu" lived over a millennium ago, but today her talent enmeshes Chinese people, regardless of what passport they happen to hold.

    Strangers at Home

  • Stevens suggests that a good poem, as part of its process, resists, twists, and enmeshes the reader (and perhaps the poet as well), an engagement in which perspective is challenged, and by no means guaranteed.

    Poetry: What Does It Accomplish?

  • Time and again, usually on the rare occasions when she ventures outside her costly campaign bubble, eMeg enmeshes herself in thickets of conflicting statements, contradictions and clarifications as she tries and fails to explain not only her position on policy issues but, more troubling, events in her personal history.

    Phil Trounstine: Wannabe California Governor eMeg: No Truth, No Consequences

  • Time and again, usually on the rare occasions when she ventures outside her costly campaign bubble, eMeg enmeshes herself in thickets of conflicting statements, contradictions and clarifications as she tries and fails to explain not only her position on policy issues but, more troubling, events in her personal history.

    Phil Trounstine: Wannabe California Governor eMeg: No Truth, No Consequences

  • Just another argument against dynasty control that enmeshes itself with the machine.

    Obama Nixes Hillary's Invite To Town Hall Meeting

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