Part of speech:
To cover with or as with a mat or mats
To lure into danger, difficulty, or a compromising situation.
To envelop, enfold, entangle, or embarrass.
To catch in or as if in a net; ensnare.
To turn in the opposite direction so as to loosen or separate; untwine
To snarl is to say something mean in a bad tempered way, or when an animal bares its teeth and growls.
To get a monopoly on (a stock or commodity)
To entangle or catch in or as if in a mesh.
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To make uneasy; disturb:
Embroil is defined as to involve someone in an argument or confusion.
To think and act in a confused, aimless way.
(Slang) To steal or loot, esp. from a defeated enemy in wartime
To free from something that entangles, confuses, etc.; extricate; disengage
To set free; release or disentangle (from a net, difficulty, etc.)
Anything complex or intricate; complication
A confused or complicated disagreement.
The condition or quality of being intricate; complexity.
A decrease in size of an organ, as of the uterus following childbirth.
(--- Greek Mythology) The maze in which the Minotaur was confined.
The definition of a maelstrom is a violent, turbulent situation, or a very powerful whirlpool.
To confuse or befuddle, especially by being complicated or varied.
To cause to be unable to think with clarity or act with intelligence or understanding; bewilder or perplex.
To cause to feel self-conscious or ill at ease; disconcert:
To entangle; mix up; confuse; perplex
To draw into a snarl or tangle
To twine or twist together.
To retard or obstruct the progress of.
To connect closely or intricately; intermingle; blend
To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
To ponder over a problem in an effort to solve or understand it.
To make (one's way) in a tortuous manner:
To prevent from entering; keep out; bar:
To make plain, manifest, or intelligible; to clear of obscurity; to illustrate the meaning of.
In a foul manner.
(Intransitive) to be forced into some kind of situation
To give an order or orders; request that something be done or supplied.
(Intransitive, archaic) To gather simples, ie, medicinal herbs.
To soil with mud or foul matter.
To get hold or control of (something difficult to catch):
To trap is defined as to catch someone or something.
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