to draw into a snarl or tangle
transitive verben·snarled, en·snarl·ing, en·snarls
To entangle in or as if in a snarl: “The Senate has contrived to ensnarl several major proposals in two legislative tangles” (New York Times).
(third-person singular simple present ensnarls, present participle ensnarling, simple past and past participle ensnarled)
From en- + snarl.