Definition of embroilment in English:

embroilment

Pronunciation /ɪmˈbrɔɪlm(ə)nt/ /ɛmˈbrɔɪlm(ə)nt/

noun

See embroil

  • ‘‘The exercise originated from frustration with ‘reliables’ who were continually being arrested for embroilments in trivial crimes and causing delay in our mercenary objectives.’
  • ‘In truth, if Gil has a skill for extricating himself from such embroilment it is only because he is forever landing himself in it, whether in football or not.’
  • ‘Indeed the embroilment of India, Poland and so on, is clearly a step along that path.’
  • ‘Most of these embroilments, to the extent they bother anyone, affect not the United States but its allies - and these allies are generally capable of handling the consequences, be it Indonesia and Australia, or the Balkans and Europe.’
  • ‘It is rather sad that the Internet was the only channel to save myself from this media embroilment, but this method is indeed quite effective.’

Pronunciation

embroilment

/ɪmˈbrɔɪlm(ə)nt/ /ɛmˈbrɔɪlm(ə)nt/