Definition of Enmeshment

1. Noun. The state of being enmeshed; entanglement ¹



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Definition of Enmeshment

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enmeshment

enlumined
enlumines
enlute
enluted
enlutes
enluting
enmanché
enmarble
enmarbled
enmarbles
enmarbling
enmesh
enmeshed
enmeshes
enmeshing
enmeshment (current term)
enmeshments
enmew
enmewed
enmewing
enmews
enmilden
enmildens
enmired
enmist
enmisted
enmisting
enmists
enmities
enmity

Literary usage of Enmeshment

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1. Treatment Services for Adolescent Substance Abusers by Alfred S. Friedman (1998)
"Disengage Sharon from enmeshment with mother. 7. Build positive relationships in the sibling subsystem. 8. Help Sharon toward individuation and independence ..."

2. English Literature by Wilford Merton Aikin, Thomas Ernest Rankin (1917)
"Under " enmeshment and escape " ? Find stories of each of the four kinds suggested on page 387. Find stories of each of the ten kinds on pages 391, 392. ..."

3. The Field of Philosophy: An Introduction to the Study of Philosophy by Joseph Alexander Leighton (1919)
"The enmeshment of the individual in the vast and intricate network of the modern industrial system often hinders him greatly in the exercise of economic ..."

4. Rural Substance Abuse: State of Knowledge & Issues edited by Elizabeth B. Robertson (1999)
"Because rural areas typically do not have the same degree of enmeshment of multiple cultural, socioeconomic, and ethnic characteristics within the limited ..."

5. Batterer Intervention: Program Approaches & Criminal Justice Strategies by Christine Smith, Kerry Healey, Chris O'Sullivan (1999)
"... interest, compassion Fusion high reactivity, no internal regulatory ability compassion for loved ones well-being enmeshment internal experience defined ..."

6. The English Illustrated Magazine (1907)
"From this enmeshment Merlin could never escape, and, plead as he would, the damsel would not release him. But it is written that she often regretted what ..."

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