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 involvingprove, suggest, engage, commit, associate, embroil, require, contain, cover, catch, link, connect, relate, mean, affect, hold, implicate, comprise, concern, incorporate
Examples from the Web for involving
Contemporary Examples of involving
Moraca pointed to another form of return fraud, involving gift cards.The Insane $11 Billion Scam at Retailers’ Return Desks
December 19, 2014
Even extreme beauty — and even the best of bodies and most involving pictures of them — can become repetitive.Young, Hot, and Nude: Ryan McGinley’s Body Count
October 6, 2014
There will be a meeting at the White House tomorrow involving over 40 countries that works on that.Meet America’s New Top Ebola Fighter
September 26, 2014
In fact, Lauer even ended up with a character arc of his own, involving his reluctance to utter the word “sharknado.”‘Sharknado 2’ in Winter: Has the Franchise Jumped the Shark?
July 28, 2014
The most common aura is visual, involving light sensitivity or blurred vision.How to Destroy Your Headaches
Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD, Tej Azad
June 23, 2014
Historical Examples of involving
I should think so—involving the Ambassador of a foreign power!The Secret Agent
Tell her, to-night, what you know of her danger as involving her child and her father.A Tale of Two Cities
But no, Robbie was better away; he could only clear him of this guilt by involving his father.The Shadow of a Crime
It seemed to be of parting, and the hope of reunion, involving one named Irene.The Duke Of Chimney Butte
G. W. Ogden
To keep the ship going he had been involving himself deeper every year.End of the Tether
Word Origin for involve
see get involved with.