noun.adj.
1.From the greek word englbritzer, engle is often used in a sense, or term if something doesnt go as planned or works out to your disadvantage.

2. A great term used on the golf course, for either a really good shot or a bad shot. Also used in terms of scoring, approriate for a good or bad hole.

engled, engling
1. I went out with the guys last night to the pub and there were some becker chicks there that we definitely had a chance with. Sure enough we engled our chances and ended up throwing our beef that night.

2. I engled my 2nd shot into the lake and took a bogey. But two holes later I got it back with a great putt to make engle!
by Tim Warman July 01, 2009

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