embroil


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If I did not despise the whole world most profoundly, I would embroil Mazarin with the queen-mother, France with Spain, and I would make a queen after my own fashion.
Every folly you committed would embroil you with the court and they would put you into the Bastile, instead of Vincennes.
As you said, I have on the boots of a cavalier, but I do not intend, for all that, to embroil myself with the church this evening.
Venerable trapper, our communications have a recent origin, or thy interrogatory might have a tendency to embroil us in angry disputation.