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enmesh +‎ -ment


enmeshment (countable and uncountable, plural enmeshments)

  1. The state of being enmeshed; entanglement.
    • April 14 2022, Delia Cai, “Severance, the New York Times’s Twitter Guidelines, and the Forever Illusion of Work-Life Balance”, in Vanity Fair[1]:
      And for the brief window of time in which the web was used primarily as a business tool for maximum efficiency, this may have been the kind of existence we led when the news industry moved online. But as it turned out, our full-scale enmeshment with the internet has tilted much more personal.