- The feeling was very subtle and quite undogmatic, and he never imparted it to any other of the characters in this entanglement.Chapter 18 (83% in)
- The tramcar became entangled in their ranks, and moved on painfully, like a caterpillar in a swarm of ants.Chapter 2 (5% in)
- The smallest he-baby stumbled over one of the sepulchral slabs so much admired by Mr. Ruskin, and entangled his feet in the features of a recumbent bishop.Chapter 2 (47% in)
- It is dreadful to be entangled with low-class people.Chapter 7 (23% in)
There are no more uses of "entangled" in A Room With A View.
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