Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Citations for embroil
Did he wish to embroil himself in the troubles of Miss Lemon's sister and the passions and grievances of a polyglot hostel?
I determined not to be stirred by your presence or by the passing through of those who, like you, would embroil me.
Origin of embroil
Embroil entered English at the turn of the 17th century and comes from the Middle French embrouiller.