fankle

fankle

(ˈfæŋkəl)
vb (tr)
to entangle
n
a tangle; confusion
[from fank a coil of rope, from fang, obsolete variant of vang]

fankle


Past participle: fankled
Gerund: fankling

Imperative
fankle
fankle
Present
I fankle
you fankle
he/she/it fankles
we fankle
you fankle
they fankle
Preterite
I fankled
you fankled
he/she/it fankled
we fankled
you fankled
they fankled
Present Continuous
I am fankling
you are fankling
he/she/it is fankling
we are fankling
you are fankling
they are fankling
Present Perfect
I have fankled
you have fankled
he/she/it has fankled
we have fankled
you have fankled
they have fankled
Past Continuous
I was fankling
you were fankling
he/she/it was fankling
we were fankling
you were fankling
they were fankling
Past Perfect
I had fankled
you had fankled
he/she/it had fankled
we had fankled
you had fankled
they had fankled
Future
I will fankle
you will fankle
he/she/it will fankle
we will fankle
you will fankle
they will fankle
Future Perfect
I will have fankled
you will have fankled
he/she/it will have fankled
we will have fankled
you will have fankled
they will have fankled
Future Continuous
I will be fankling
you will be fankling
he/she/it will be fankling
we will be fankling
you will be fankling
they will be fankling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been fankling
you have been fankling
he/she/it has been fankling
we have been fankling
you have been fankling
they have been fankling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been fankling
you will have been fankling
he/she/it will have been fankling
we will have been fankling
you will have been fankling
they will have been fankling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been fankling
you had been fankling
he/she/it had been fankling
we had been fankling
you had been fankling
they had been fankling
Conditional
I would fankle
you would fankle
he/she/it would fankle
we would fankle
you would fankle
they would fankle
Past Conditional
I would have fankled
you would have fankled
he/she/it would have fankled
we would have fankled
you would have fankled
they would have fankled
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I got in a bit of a fankle at first, but eventually settled on looking up after six strokes before turning to take a breath.
He strutted and squawked like an angry cockerel, spitting feathers at the waste of his team's time, getting himself into a right fankle with the cables, such was his fury.
Gboly Ariyibi torched David Gray down the right and his cross got Lewis Stevenson in a fankle as he managed to divert the ball on to his own post rather than behind to safety.
Thistle fought back but the Rovers defence dealt adequately until the 41st minute when they got into a fankle which resulted in an own goal to level the scores.
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Even when president John McBeth and chief executive David Taylor's SFA start off in the right, they somehow contrive to create a fankle which puts them in the wrong.
And Spurs wrapped up their victory in the 61st minute after Wild got himself into a right fankle on the edge of the box trying to clear a through-ball and Mauritzio Consorti tripped over him into an empty net.
His noted children's tales include The Two Fiddlers (1974) and Six Lives of Fankle the Cat (1980), and he wrote plays for stage, radio, and television and adapted two of his stories into librettos for operas.
Gboly Ariyibi torched Gray down the right and his cross got Lewis Stevenson in a fankle as he managed to divert the ball on to his own post rather than behind to safety.
GORDON STRACHAN has got himself in a terrible fankle, ironically over contact with those fans he's been trying to silence more times than most professional managers.