Pronunciation of Involve
/ɪnvˈɒlv/, /ɪnvˈɒlv/, /ɪ_n_v_ˈɒ_l_v/
Antonyms for involve:
Synonyms for involve:
Sense 1 (noun)
count in, build in, add-on.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
draw in; include (verb)
cover, affect, incriminate, mean, engage, entangle, inculpate, comprehend, incorporate, embroil, complicate, contain, absorb, hold, imply, number, take in, implicate, engross, necessitate, touch, comprise, require, embrace, entail, enmesh, tangle.
indulge, join in, accuse, engage in, add-on, refer, work in, comprehend, allow for, extend, build in, stumble into, span, suck in, count in, throw in, number among, lie, jump into, jump in, tack on, interfere, weigh in, straddle, partake, add, subsume, tag on, sit in on, meddle, participate, get in on, write into, tumble into, embrangle, add in, inclusion.
Usage examples for involve:
- Attempt is made to show that the second question is an open one, but the two, in my judgment, involve the same considerations, as congress possesses no other power upon the subject than that which is derived from the grant to coin money, regulate the value thereof and of foreign coin. - "Monopolies and the People", D. C. Cloud.
- She thought at first of giving out that a friend in poor health was coming to visit her, but she soon saw that would either involve lying or lead to suspicion, and perhaps discovery, and resolved to keep her presence in the house concealed from the outer world as before. - "Paul Faber, Surgeon", George MacDonald.
- Mrs Marrot, being under the impression that this would involve Gertie's being taken away from her, and being put to a boarding- school, at once looked her objections so plainly, that her visitor hastened to explain that his client did not wish Gertie to quit her parents' house, but merely to go for a few hours each day to the residence of a teacher in the neighbourhood- a governess- whom he should provide. - "The Iron Horse", R.M. Ballantyne.