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entanglement (n.)

1630s, "that which entangles," from entangle + -ment. From 1680s as "act of entangling." Foreign entanglements does not appear as such in Washington's Farewell Address (1796), though he warns against them. The phrase is found in William Coxe's 1798 memoirs of Sir Robert Walpole.

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Definitions of entanglement

entanglement (n.)
an intricate trap that entangles or ensnares its victim;
Synonyms: web
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