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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of immesh.


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  • Don't get your hopes up with any of them, even my candidate Hillary Clinton, whom I will write in in November, gets immeshed in drivel.

    Bartlett rips McClellan, calls allegation 'total crap'

  • Poetry & Poets in Rags: Great Regulars: And I was immeshed with a lifelong

    Great Regulars: And I was immeshed with a lifelong

  • I was immeshed with the emotionally unpredictable.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Great Regulars: And I was immeshed with a lifelong binge alcoholic.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Hardly any of us realize just how immeshed in the subprime mortgage mess the major Wall Street firms had actually gotten.

    CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2008

  • But, while doing this, she was ashamed of him, undetermined whether to get rid of him or more decidedly encourage him, distracted with apprehensions that she was every day becoming more and more immeshed in her uncertainties, and tortured by misgivings that Mrs Merdle triumphed in her distress.

    Little Dorrit

  • The only sure thing is that she'll be wearing one, although, I have to say, not that -- I mean, look, sometimes I worry about myself being so immeshed into this trivia.

    CNN Transcript May 7, 2007

  • The traffic makes it clear the president's top political advisor, Karl Rove, was immeshed (ph) in the debate over how many prosecutors should be pink slipped.

    CNN Transcript Mar 16, 2007

  • The undesigning Boffin had become so far immeshed by the wily Wegg that his mind misgave him he was a very designing man indeed in purposing to do more for Wegg.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • I was, however, immeshed in the demise of a more contemporary soul, and, not to put too fine a point on it, almost got myself killed.

    The Magyar Venus


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