Day-133(Embroil)

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Word:
                Embroil

Status:
                Verb(transitive)

Meaning:
                To involve(something or someone) in difficulties or conflict.

Sentences:
1) His stand on the issue has emobroiled him in controversry.
2) They were embroiled in a complicated lawsuit.

Origin:
               From French embrouiller, from Middle French, from -en + brouiller which means 'to jumble', from Old French broolier.

First use:
               1603

Synonyms:
                bog, broil, embrangle, mire

Antonyms:
                interpret, disentangle.

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