Definition of 'entrap'
Example sentences containing 'entrap'
One day she happened on a newspaper article about a private detective who used call-girls to entrap wayward husbands.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Even in the bustle of the embassy, a small core of silence and sadness seemed to entrap the Ambassador and his wife.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)
As he now thought of that beautiful, clever enigmatic woman, Sonya, the one who might or might not have been set to entrap and betray him.THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN (2002)
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