verb (used with object), en·tan·gled, en·tan·gling.
Examples from the Web for entangle
We entangle them in a web of fear, of helplessness and anguish.
I ask nothing better, Dom Claude; but what if I entangle myself in some villanous affair?Notre-Dame de Paris|Victor Hugo
It was in vain that Metternich endeavoured to entangle the new Czar in the diplomatic web that had so long held his predecessor.History of Modern Europe 1972-1878|C. A. Fyffe
They are gathered together to hear what He will say to their last attempt to entangle Him.Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of Matthew|John Monro Gibson
It may be she will seek to entangle you in this plot, and make you one of the conspirators as the price of her favour.The Intriguers|William Le Queux
The great danger was that they might entangle Austria in a war with Russia.