verb (used with object), in·volved, in·volv·ing.
- Archaic.to roll, surround, or shroud, as in a wrapping.
- to roll up on itself; wind spirally; coil; wreathe.
Origin of involve
Synonyms for involve
Antonyms for involve
Related Words for involveprove, suggest, engage, commit, associate, embroil, require, contain, cover, catch, link, connect, relate, mean, affect, hold, implicate, comprise, concern, incorporate
Examples from the Web for involve
Contemporary Examples of involve
And U.S. lawmakers are pushing to involve China in any retaliation against the Sony hack.Obama Could Hit China to Punish North Korea
Shane Harris, Tim Mak
December 20, 2014
He tells the cops and testifies at trial that Adnan threatened to hurt Stephanie or get her involve if he went to police.The Scoop on ‘Serial’: Making Sense of The Nisha Call, Asia's Letters, and Our Obsession
December 11, 2014
Is this in any way going to involve us in getting us in there and getting us tied down there?‘Argo’ in the Congo: The Ghosts of the Stanleyville Hostage Crisis
November 23, 2014
This year, Kalac was arrested for domestic violence in a case that apparently did not involve Coplin.Did the Amber Lynn Coplin Murder Photos Sicken the Creeps of 4Chan?
November 6, 2014
Markets break people out of one kind of intimate intrusion, then involve them in another, in which work tells you who to be.Why Your Waiter Hates You
October 26, 2014
Historical Examples of involve
They seem to involve the bore of a climb without the pleasure of a peak.Alarms and Discursions
G. K. Chesterton
The least delay may involve his being rescued by the rioters.'Barnaby Rudge
The beautiful Norman's idea was to involve him in some quarrel or other.The Fat and the Thin
Certainly, the same principle holds; but why does this involve any particular skill?The Republic
It is no part of my duty to involve others in this confession.The Manxman
Word Origin for involve
see get involved with.