involved (Meaning)

Wordnet

involved (a)

connected by participation or association or use

Wordnet

involved (s)

entangled or hindered as if e.g. in mire

emotionally involved

highly complex or intricate and occasionally devious

enveloped

Webster

involved (imp. & p. p.)

of Involve

Webster

involved (a.)

Same as Involute.

involved Sentence Examples

  1. She was deeply involved in organizing the charity event.
  2. The project required everyone to be actively involved in brainstorming ideas.
  3. He felt personally involved in the success of the team.
  4. The investigation revealed that he was not directly involved in the incident.
  5. The task is complex and requires careful planning from all those involved.
  6. Being involved in community service can be rewarding on many levels.
  7. She didn't want to get involved in the argument between her friends.
  8. The company's CEO was heavily involved in the decision-making process.
  9. It's important to keep all stakeholders involved in the discussion.
  10. The new initiative will require a lot of time and effort from everyone involved.

FAQs About the word involved

connected by participation or association or use, entangled or hindered as if e.g. in mire, emotionally involved, highly complex or intricate and occasionally d

complicated, intricate, complex, sophisticated, complicate,tangled, varied, elaborate, difficult, convoluted

simplified, uncomplicated, simplified, simple, plain, plain, uncomplicated,simple, noncomplicated, noncomplex

She was deeply involved in organizing the charity event.

The project required everyone to be actively involved in brainstorming ideas.

He felt personally involved in the success of the team.

The investigation revealed that he was not directly involved in the incident.