For example: “She became enraveled in a passionate kiss”, or “His towel was enraveled round the towel-rack”.
Enraveled is NOT in the dictionary. However, it is a double use word like when you put two things together. (Portmanteau is the official term.) Unraveled (like knitting that has been pulled on) and enthralled (caught up in the emotion of.)
Yes, actually enraveled means to be enthrailed and absorbed by something that requires a certain degree of skill to complete and can be recreational or difficult to perform.
That should be “unraveled”
Lol ion think so .
At least not in that context .
No, not as far as I know.