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absorb to strongly involve or engage. [1/3 definitions]
airman an enlisted person in the U.S. Navy whose duties involve aircraft. [1/3 definitions]
connote to imply a connection or association with, or to involve as a result or accompaniment. [1/2 definitions]
contusion an injury that does not involve laceration of the skin; bruise.
embark to involve or invest in a venture. [1/4 definitions]
embroil to involve in conflict. [1/2 definitions]
entangle to involve, as in a difficult, complex, or unpleasant situation. [1/3 definitions]
extreme risky or thrill-seeking, as sports or other activities that involve heights, speed, or dangerous stunts. [1/7 definitions]
fast lane (informal) a lifestyle considered to involve a desire to get ahead, be successful, make and spend a lot of money, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
immerse to involve deeply in thinking or action; absorb. [1/3 definitions]
implicate to involve or prove involvement of (someone or something) in an affair, situation, event, or series of events.
inculpate to charge with or involve in a charge of wrongdoing; incriminate.
isolationism a policy or doctrine whereby a nation or country elects not to involve itself in the affairs of other nations or countries.
isolationist of, pertaining to, or in accordance with a policy or doctrine whereby a nation or country elects not to involve itself in the affairs of other nations or countries. [1/2 definitions]
juggle to perform tricks that involve great manual dexterity or sleight of hand, esp. to throw and catch three or more objects alternately. [1/8 definitions]
poke to involve oneself unasked in another's affairs. [1/12 definitions]
poker2 any of several card games that involve gambling on the value of the players' hands.
revolve to primarily involve or be concerned about; focus on (fol. by around). [1/6 definitions]
snare1 to lure, entangle, or involve, usu. by deception. [1/4 definitions]
tangle to involve in a complicated, confused, awkward, or unmanageable situation or undertaking; entangle. [1/7 definitions]
visual aids instructional materials, such as films, slides, and models, that involve chiefly the sense of sight and are used in teaching, lecturing, or the like.