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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of entoil.
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And Nixon in '73 was already being entoiled in the Watergate scandal.
The relief I felt was indescribable, and I hope to get thus entoiled no more.
While Swaziland was being entoiled the Transvaal Government were not idle elsewhere.
Let us then define rights, if we would not be for ever entoiled by these absurdities.
For the King of this island, by name Altabin, a wise man and a great warrior, knowing well both his own strength and that of his enemies, handled the matter so as he cut off their land forces from their ships, and entoiled both their navy and their camp with a greater power than theirs, both by sea and land; and compelled them to render themselves without striking a stroke; and after they were at his mercy, contenting himself only with their oath, that they should no more bear arms against him, dismissed them all in safety.