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 involvementengagement, responsibility, relationship, entanglement, embarrassment, quandary, crisis, embroilment, association, study, reflection, preoccupation, intentness
Examples from the Web for involvement
Contemporary Examples of involvement
Did he denounce the involvement of organized crime in the abduction and disappearance of 43 students in the nearby city of Iguala?Mexico’s Priests Are Marked for Murder
January 7, 2015
In particular, it applies to immigrants who lost their U.S. citizenship after their involvement in World War II was discovered.Nazis, Sunscreen, and Sea Gull Eggs: Congress in 2014 Was Hella Productive
December 29, 2014
So your involvement with On the Town started while looking for a So You Think You Can Dance prize?Nigel Lythgoe on How to Save Reality TV, ‘On the Town,’ and ‘Brokeback Ballroom’
October 22, 2014
Involvement of people in the information they read,” wrote the Harvard professor Jonathan Zittrain, “is an important end itself.You Can Look It Up: The Wikipedia Story
October 19, 2014
An additional three were arrested in Armenia and four in Medellín for their involvement, according to ICE.Colombian Beauty Queen Arrested for Running Child Prostitution Ring
October 17, 2014
Historical Examples of involvement
The involvement of language, in particular of writing and reading, is significant.
For others, it will become what they themselves make of it through their involvement.
Its arrival and involvement in the revolt was pure accident.Talents, Incorporated
William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The involvement of the public in county government was seen in many forms.The Fairfax County Courthouse
Ross D. Netherton
We cannot conceive of matter, without an involvement of these two properties.The Senses and The Mind
Word Origin for involve
see get involved with.