Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


He was entrapped; not taken in open day, with a fair field before him.

His anger increased as he thought how he had been entrapped, like a mere child.

The great wonder was, how Wyatt had been entrapped into such a match.

And had he and Shad only entrapped themselves to no good end?

The manner in which you entrapped the Prince compels my admiration.

Maude would not be entrapped or enticed into what might lead to a discussion.

I suspect, my young friend, the way in which you have been entrapped.

He felt as though he had been entrapped into a damaging exposure.

He saw that he had been entrapped by the very man whom he had believed to be as clay in his hands.

Mrs. Crowley was obliged to laugh at the neatness with which he had entrapped her.