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Synonyms for entrap

Synonyms for entrap

to gain control of or an advantage over by or as if by trapping

Synonyms for entrap

take or catch as if in a snare or trap

catch in or as if in a trap

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Chris Richardson, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud, owners of Entrap
Sir Alexander's attempts to entrap Moll in order to prevent her from marrying his son and contaminating his household proceed from this fantasy of her as a consumer and, moreover, depend on the link between consumption and the constitution of the individual.
SEX and the City siren Kim Cattrall will soon be revealing there's nothing like a little sequined number by a certain South Walian to entrap your next man.
KIEREN FALLON was the man to follow at Yarmouth on Monday night, rattling up a four-timer on Fourth Dimension, Service, Entrap and Kez, writes Tony Elves.
Likewise, when the southern states were forced to abandon slavery following the Civil War, they often enacted "Black Codes" designed to entrap newly-freed blacks in criminal violations.
Lives for Sale also exposes the ploys human traffickers use to entrap their victims in a flourishing immigrant-smuggling network.
The roller section doesn't entrap air under the film like solid airboards.
The undercover narcotics cop said he didn't intend to entrap a patron of a local gay bar with his good looks, but that's what happened when Nahum asked Julio Blanco if he wanted to "party," a federal court, ruled.
The undercover deputies had to wait for the suspect to offer money for sex, so as to not entrap them, Bistline said.
ENTRAP, completing Fallon's double, posted an imperious success in the conditions race to set up thoughts of better things for the Cheveley Park Stud-owned filly.
Entrapping an active in Poly-Pore can be as simple as adding a liquid directly to the product (cyclomethicone or a fragrance, for example), or requiring the designed equipment and protocols that we have developed in order to entrap many of the highly sensitive actives or difficult-to-load materials such as retinol, benzoyl peroxide and hydroquinone.
Don Johnson is the suspect who uses his way with women to entrap the successful attorney and then manipulates her at will.
Reformers committed to eradicating prostitution (with which many in Alexander's sample were charged) were happy to ally themselves with desperate families, lobbying for ever easier means of commitment, as well as to entrap the unsuspecting in patently contrived circumstances.