from The Century Dictionary.
- To furnish with trappings; deck.
- To insnare.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb obsolete To adorn with trapping; to array.
- transitive verb obsolete To entrap; to insnare.
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Arrived at Chambéry, the secret of the bales was allowed to leak a very little, and Sir John, knowing that there were 'divers ambushes and enterprises set for to attrap me,' set out again with his bales towards Geneva.
And if their Wives do, in the least, but peep into their concerns; they presently baptize it with the name of going upon an exploit, to chase a fat Doe, or neatly to attrap some Defrauder.
In the meanwhile he useth all possible means privately to attrap his wife; for to see that which he never will see; and at which he is so divellishly possessed to have a wicked revenge; nay which he also never can see though he had a whole boxfull of spectacles upon his nose; because she never hath, or ever will give him the least reason for it.