verb (used with object)
Related formsen·mesh·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for enmeshed
She explored the notions of purity and virginity and how they are enmeshed with contracts, property and individual rights.
He's enmeshed in a scheme that could send him to jail and cost him the love of Lenka.Here on Earth, The Forgotten Founding Father, and Other Reviews|The Daily Beast|April 30, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The 42nd president was enmeshed in two other State of the Union dramas.
But learning itself is kick-started when enmeshed and inseparable from what a child inherently loves.
Because they've been on every side they get enmeshed with the guy who ended up on the wrong side.
Had he not vowed to himself that no matter what mysteries encompassed and enmeshed her, he would believe and never doubt?The Silver Butterfly|Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
It enmeshed him as he swam, so gently that he hardly seemed to struggle or even to be aware of what was happening to him.The Mississippi Saucer|Frank Belknap Long
Besides, it was obvious that his police net in this instance had enmeshed only the most harmless of doves.Within the Law|Marvin Dana
Then we realise that our whole life is enmeshed in great and living forces; terrible because unknown.Practical Mysticism|Evelyn Underhill
Thus he came to the dread conclusion that in his endeavours to screen himself he had but enmeshed himself the more inextricably.The Sea-Hawk|Raphael Sabatini