- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of entrap.
“The first step will be cutting the red tape that entraps businesses across the nation.”
“It's a volcanic ash that encapsulates and entraps oil; it was given its nickname by a truck dealer who uses it to soak up oil spills in his garage.”
“The way money works today entraps us in delusional thinking about each other's inherent worth based on inherited surface traits.”
“Kevin's and Jeannie's stories were as snarled and entangled as any ten fictional characters' and the story that entraps all of us reaches, just as far as I can trace it myself, from the Spanish Flu epidemic to two generations past mine.”
“From what little I could make out, the Napoleon-era plot revolves around a jealous husband who invites his flirty wife and her admirers to a lavish dinner, then entraps and tortures the party with shadow plays and lots of bug-eyed gestures.”
“It notoriously targets the vulnerable, entraps them with paid informants, inflates bogus charges, spreads them maliciously through the media, then intimidates juries to convict and sentence innocent men and some women to long prison terms.”
“It displaces thousands of Palestinian families, entraps all Palestinians in the West Bank, steals their land and resources, and has nothing to do with security.”
“What president Andrew Jackson called "a hydra-headed monster ...." entraps entire nations in debt.”
“Letting bankers hold "an illusory sum of gold," to be multiplied many times over by fractional reserve alchemy, entraps everyone in debt bondage.”
“François Truffaut (and Ray Bradbury) used this scene to depict the mesmerizing power of video media, which is exerted at the expense of all other forms (especially books) and entraps people with an enveloping technological superiority.”
‘entraps’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for entraps.