**Tangle** may refer to:

*Tangle*(TV series), an Australian television series- tangle.com, a Christian social networking site
- Tangle theory, a branch of knot theory invented by John Horton Conway
- Sea tangle, another name for kelp
- Neurofibrillary tangles, which occur in Alzheimer's disease
*Tangle*(album), a 1989 album by Thinking Fellers Union Local 282*Tangles*(album), a 2005 album by S. J. Tucker- Tangle, a character in
*The Golden Key*by George MacDonald

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### Famous quotes containing the word tangle:

“Don’t think of yourself as an intestinal tract and *tangle* of nerves in the skull, that will not work unless you drink coffee. Think of yourself as incandescent power, illuminated perhaps and forever talked to by God and his messengers.... Think if Tiffany’s made a mosquito, how wonderful we would think it was!”

—Brenda Ueland (1891–1985)

“When one has come to accept a certain course as duty he has a pleasant sense of relief and of lifted responsibility, even if the course involves pain and renunciation. It is like obedience to some external authority; any clear way, though it lead to death, is mentally preferable to the *tangle* of uncertainty.”

—Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)

“One story recounts that a Tennessean, after a single day in the then almost impenetrable *tangle* of cypress, briars, and canebreaks, pestered by myriads of mosquitoes, and bogged in the heavy gumbo mud, declared: “Arkansas is not part of the world for which Jesus Christ died—I want none of it.””

—Administration in the State of Arka, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)