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Spell check of involvement

Correct spelling: involvement

link, fixation, fling, association, familiarity, envelopment, interlocking, love affair, study, crisis, spice, public interest, preoccupation, stake, inter-group communication, exclusion, entry, enfolding, mesh, absorption, matter, closeness, membership, free, interest, participation, occasion, elaboration, part, relation, reflection, pastime, embranglement, conflict, interest group, incorporation, composition, encompassment, romance, affaire, fascination, battle, exponentiation, employment, affair, marriage, embroilment, inclusion, function, fight, love life, entanglement, enmeshment, flirtation, embodiment, sake, difficulty, contact, involution, ensnarement, intimacy, motivation, booking, thing, interestingness, sharing, courtship, betrothal, social occasion, liaison, embarrassment, date, relationship, interference, amour, partnership, intervention, participate, wedding, pursuit, troth, intrusion, intricacy, responsibility, appointment, quandary, integration, social function, passion, meshing, elaborateness, engagement.

non-engagement, non-involvement, nonparticipation.

Examples of usage:

1) As he stands there, something in the outline of the vista stirs the retentive tablets of his mind: it was on this spot that he first encountered Hia, and from that involvement began the cycle of his unending ill. - "Kai Lung's Golden Hours", Ernest Bramah Commentator: Hilaire Belloc.

2) What added involvement is this? - "Kai Lung's Golden Hours", Ernest Bramah Commentator: Hilaire Belloc.

3) He had permitted a lie to aid in prying his way out, and now he was paltering with evasions and making no progress except toward more dangerous involvement. - "When Egypt Went Broke", Holman Day.