Definition of embroil:
hale, dishevel, haul, embrangle, include, complicate, swing out, trail, drag out, broom, tangle, participate, mix up, knot, swing, adopt, scuff, drop back, get behind, puff, ravel, overwhelm, suck, cross, span, embarrass, mat, tousle, entangle, imply, involve, drag, sail, implicate, espouse, catch up, draw, snarl, traverse, embrangle, embrace, cart, sweep up, free, brush, sweep, derange, enmesh, drag on, drop behind, confuse, drag in, hang back, disorder, dredge.
As Bonaparte plainly saw at the beginning of 1803 that another war with Great Britain was inevitable, he did not wish to embroil himself with the Americans also, and agreed to sell the possession to the Republic for eighty million francs.- "Terre Napoleon A history of French explorations and projects in Australia", Ernest Scott.
- "The Idol of Paris", Sarah Bernhardt.
- "Judith of the Cumberlands", Alice MacGowan.