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  • v  make more complicated or confused through entanglements

  • The word embrangle (to confuse or entangle) won with 1,434 votes, while fubsy (short and stout) came in a distant second.
  • The crowning insult was that the investigation threatened to embrangle Edward's brother-in-law, the playboy Duke of Argyll, in a homosexual scandal.
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  • Review: 'Poseidon Rex' falls short of 'Sharknado' ambitions
    Wooden acting and embrangled writing sink this amphibian prehistoric killer. The natural-disaster B-movie "Poseidon Rex" would fit perfectly in the SyFy programming lineup had it boasted the likes of Tara Reid and John Heard of "Sharknado." With a cast of unknowns, the most logical distribution avenue for it would be — theatrical?
    April 18, 2014 - Los Angeles Times

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