tangled

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • Info Tangled is a 2010 American computer animated musical fantasy-comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. more...
  • Their children end up bickering with each other and get tangled with their own personal issues.
  • Because of its tangled development process it is very hard to know which companies made and which lost money over the game.
  • The system used to determine the winner of the cup has a rather tangled history.
  • It was in support of the group's fourth studio album Tangled Up.
  • The title may have been inspired by the thick tangled trees that cover the grounds.
  • It generally has many dead branches tangled in the living crown.
  • The history of the scientific name of this species is somewhat tangled.
  • And why would God let things get so tangled?
  • He cannot stand the idea of his girlfriend still tangled up with his old flame.
  • And then the whole tangled mass was forced slowly back, fighting its hardest. Cited from For Fortune and Glory, by Lewis Hough
  • The shoes appear to give him extra speed, but become tangled on the ground.
  • She lay upon her back, the face only hidden by the tangled hair and sea-weed. Cited from A Child of the Glens, by Edward Newenham Hoare
  • We just hoped to make a movie that did as well as 'Tangled'!
  • The set list mostly included songs from Tangled Up, as well as earlier singles and album tracks.
  • Now then, don't you get that line tangled. Cited from King o' the Beach, by George Manville Fenn
  • The story of the short picks up where Tangled has left off.
  • There's miles and miles of this place, and the more we go on the more tangled up it gets. Cited from Sappers and Miners, by George Manville Fenn
  • The origin of the scientific name of the genus is somewhat tangled.
  • However, in the city, he gets tangled with anti-social elements and ends up in jail.
  • I made my way as well as I could through the tangled wood from the river, while John went towards it. Cited from On the Banks of the Amazon, by W.H.G. Kingston
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Root form of tangled is tangle for the verb.

Meaning of tangled

  • adjective In a confused mass
    pushed back her tangled hair, the tangled ropes