Did you mayhaps mean bootstrap?
- v. intransitive To set a booby-trap
- v. transitive To install a booby-trap in or on a harmless object
“This usage, even with manufactured mine, blurs into the category of "boobytrap”
“But before I go, tell me about your favourite boobytrap you would install to protect your mansion from intruders if you were an evil mastermind.”
“I would probably enter my house and forget to enter the code, and then get caught by my own boobytrap.”
“She began her work by studying the device for any antihandling devices—a fancy term for boobytrap.”
“This moose has met someone who was doing mine and boobytrap clearance during WW2 in Italy, and made the mistake of volunteering .”
““Seems like Kazaa exists primarily to serve as an RIAA boobytrap””
“During the ceremony, one of the Marines stepped on a pressure plate and tripped the boobytrap killing 10 and wounding 11.”
“It's a boobytrap of gorgeous retro reproductions, including vintage maps, globes, and hot air balloons.”
“H.C. Earwicker throughout his excellency long vicefreegal existence the mere suggestion of him as a lustsleuth nosing for trou — ble in a boobytrap rings particularly preposterous.”
“I noticed the first comment of the famous "Althouse-cation" jumped right into the boobytrap.”
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List of words that contain the letter string *trap*. Some are obvious and apparent, such as trapezoid, while others are a bit less apparent, such as contrapuntist, ultraphysical, and intraperitoneal.
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