|involve somebody in something bad||drag into|
|affair that should involve somebody, be interesting or important to somebody, be on the subject of, business, caring feelings, interest; affect, involve; worry, involve somebody or get involved, make somebody worried, object, worry or something causing...||concern|
|become shorter, begin earlier, involve somebody||draw in|
|bet, bet money, betting of money on a game of chance, wager; risky undertaking, endanger something, play games of chance, bet; take a risk, involve oneself in a risky undertaking, put something dangerously at risk, something done that is risky, take a ...||gamble|
|breathe in, deceive somebody, involve somebody in something||suck in|
|complicate something, embroil, involve; become enmeshed, become ensnared, put into difficult situation, tangle up||entangle|
|confused by something complicated, destroyed, gone, lacking confidence, lacking morals, lose, lose (Past participle of), mislaid, no longer in the possession of, misplaced; irrecoverable; unable to find the right way to go; defeated; destroyed; involve...||lost|
|connect people or things, form friendly association, have a connection with something, involve somebody or something, narrate, tell; make a connection between; have a connection with; have a good relationship with, respond to somebody or something, tel...||relate|
|connect with something, entangle or interweave, imply, involve in, show to be connected to (a crime, action, event, etc.)||implicate|
|destroy or sink a ship; be sunk, be destroyed (of a ship); shatter, destroy, ruin, destroy ship, destruction, involve somebody in shipwreck, remains of a destroyed ship; destruction or sinking of a ship; destruction, ruin something, sinking or destruct...||shipwreck|
|entailed piece of real estate, entailment, future owners of entailed real estate, have as consequence, involve, cause; require; demand; set a limitation on who may inherit an estate or property, legal limitation which determines who may inherit an esta...||entail|
|fool somebody, involve somebody||rope in|
|indirectly suggest, hint, infer, involve||imply|
|involve in conflict, entangle; become entangled in conflict, involve somebody in conflict, muddle or mix up something||embroil|
|involve in tangled situation||ensnarl|
|involve somebody or something inappropriately||drag in|
|jump quickly, move your head or arms, short affair, throw violently, throw; cast; toss, discard; speak sharply or forcefully; involve oneself in an energetic manner; move in an energetic or violent manner, time for pleasure, throw; slinging, casting; s...||fling|
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