[ in-volv-muhnt ]
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  1. an act or instance of being included, or of including someone or something, in an action, process, group, etc.:He closed with a reminder about the importance of women's involvement in the wider conversations about war and peace-building.

  2. an act or instance of taking part in a crime, conflict, or other troublesome situation:Several officials from this institution were accused of involvement in acts of corruption, although such charges never came to anything.

  1. an act or instance of having one’s interest, emotions, or commitment engaged by someone or something:They were observed spending time together in many places, but they denied any romantic involvement.

Origin of involvement


Other words from involvement

  • non·in·volve·ment, noun
  • pre·in·volve·ment, noun
  • re·in·volve·ment, noun

Words Nearby involvement Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

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