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Tangle, 1) to implicate, to ravel: “his speech was like a --d chain,” Mids. V, 125.
2) to ensnare: “how a bird lies --d in a net,” Ven. 67. “lay lime to t. her desires,” Gent. III, 2, 68. “she means to t. my eyes too,” As III, 5, 44. “with the snares of war to t. thee,” H6A IV, 2, 22. “have all limed bushes, and . . . they'll t. thee,” H6B II, 4, 55. “my king is --d in affection to a creature of the queen's,” H8 III, 2, 35.
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