embroil


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It behoved him, therefore, to upset this state of affairs and embroil the powers, so as to make himself securely master of part of their states.
Every folly you committed would embroil you with the court and they would put you into the Bastile, instead of Vincennes.
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.