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entangled
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
caught in

or:

twisted together into a confusing mass
  • He was up like lightning and pulling me with him but, though my head and shoulders were free, I was so entangled we didn't get very far.
    p. 351.4
entangled = caught (in the chicken wire)
  • After consulting a tree to ascertain from its lichen which way was south, and taking no lip from the subordinates who ventured to correct him, Colonel Maycomb set out on a purposeful journey to rout the enemy and entangled his troops so far northwest in the forest primeval that they were eventually rescued by settlers moving inland.
    p. 346.5
entangled = caught
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