Definition of ensnarl in English:

ensnarl

Line breaks: en|snarl
Pronunciation: /ɪnˈsnɑːl
 
, ɛn-/

verb

[with object]
  • Cause to become caught up in complex difficulties or problems.
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    • The accumulation of these kinds of anecdotal stories of corruption convinced him to set a trap to ensnarl slum landlords and city inspectors in a carefully documented web of official misconduct.
    • Empowered with determination, he caught her by the hand, and so ensnarled her for life, for it marked the beginning of their bittersweet love.
    • The game in which I am currently ensnarled is all about waiting.

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