Thesaurus / entrapped

USE entrapped IN A SENTENCE

Join our early testers! See how your sentence looks with different synonyms.

Characters: 0/140
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Nix was suspended as CEO of Cambridge Analytica at the peak of the Facebook data scandal after footage emerged of him, filmed by undercover reporters, boasting of spreading disinformation and entrapping politicians to meet clients’ needs.
They refusing to be entrapped, and keeping their front unbroken, Breckenridge sent me to General Johnson for new instructions.
The plot was very cunningly conceived, especially the manner in which you were entrapped and induced to give the certificate.
As these dry up, large numbers of them are entrapped by the people.
Stover, entrapped, received the invitation with perfect gravity, although resolved to find some excuse.
STOVER AT YALEOWEN JOHNSON
In the morning it was discovered that a Blackfoot was entrapped by one of them, but had succeeded in dragging it off.
Even so, in the beginning, some wild and mischievous beast was killed and eaten, and then some little bird or fish was entrapped.
The air is entrapped between the falling drops of mercury, and is carried down and expelled with it.
Will she not feel disgust at the man who entrapped her into shame?
He solemnly warned the Doctor not to allow himself to be entrapped into giving gratuitous medical advice to Lady Helena.
WENDERHOLMEPHILIP GILBERT HAMERTON