What is another word for sucked in?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌkt ˈɪn] (IPA)

"Sucked in" is a colloquial term used to describe a situation where someone has become entangled in something and can no longer escape. Synonyms for "sucked in" include "embroiled", "entangled", "ensnared", "immersed" and "captivated". When someone is "embroiled" in a situation, they are deeply involved in a complicated or difficult situation. "Entangled" typically describes a situation where someone is caught up and unable to break free. "Ensnared" implies that someone has been trapped or tricked into a difficult situation. "Immersed" suggests that someone is deeply involved and fully absorbed in something. "Captivated" describes a situation where someone is attracted and engaged by something to the point that they lose control.

What are the hypernyms for Sucked in?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for sucked in?

The term "sucked in" refers to a situation where someone becomes involved in something they didn't intend to. The antonyms for this term would be "turned away", "dismissed", or "rejected". These terms are used when someone is deliberately avoiding an unwanted situation or rejecting something. They indicate a clear indication of boundaries being respected and a determination to not let oneself become entangled in something that can be harmful or time-consuming. "Sucked in" can be a negative experience, and avoiding it can be seen as a positive thing. Using the right antonym for "sucked in" can help create a boundary that protects individuals from becoming overcommitted or confused.

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Famous quotes with Sucked in

  • Carter gestured for silence. But the silence had already fallen. Archie, walking toward the platform for a close view of the proceedings, sucked in his breath, as if he were sipping this sweetest of all events. But he exhaled in surprise and stopped in his tracks as he saw Obie walk on the platform carrying the black box in his hands. Obie smiled maliciously when he caught Archie standing there in surprise, his mouth wide open in astonishment. No one had ever surprised the great Archie that way, and Obie's moment of triumph was a thing of beauty.
    Robert Cormier
  • The first of a thousand lies. Truth flowed to Micah Quill, was sucked in and disappeared, and emerged again looking ever so much like it used to, but changed subtly, at the edges, where none would notice, so that simple truth became a complicated fabric indeed, one that could wrap you up so tightly and close you off from the air until you suffocated in it.
    Orson Scott Card

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