booby-trapping love

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of booby-trap.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Is someone booby-trapping the Speaker of the House's Audi?

    'Homeland' Revelations: Armed And Dangerous?

  • A jury took just an hour to find Nicholas Fabian guilty at Maidstone crown court of attempting to murder Victoria Fabian by booby-trapping her car near their home in Vigo, Kent.

    Ex-soldier found guilty of trying to murder wife with grenade

  • Unidentified Man #3: (Speaking foreign language) MCEVERS: This soldier, who didn't want to give his name for fear of losing his job, says two months ago he watched as nearly 20 soldiers brutally beat an insurgent whod confessed to booby-trapping a house and killing eight Iraqi troops.

    Iraqis Hope WikiLeaks Will Shed Light On Brutal Past

  • Under these doctrines—and given al Qaeda's track record of using suicide bombers and booby-trapping hideouts—it is irrelevant whether suspects are armed or reach for a weapon when making determinations of whether deaths during raids are legal, some experts say.

    Killing Was Legal Under U.S. and International Law, Many Experts Say

  • Finally, when it comes to the excesses of Wall Street that led up to the financial crisis, it's true that no one was a bigger cheerleader for homeownership than Bush -- but no one was more hostile to regulation than the former CEO of Halliburton, who put a lot of effort into dismantling and booby-trapping the government's regulatory apparatus.

    Cheney Lurks Just Beneath Bush's Words

  • I wondered if she had learned how to do that trick too, along with booby-trapping her freezer.

    Venom

  • I wondered if she had learned how to do that trick too, along with booby-trapping her freezer.

    Venom

  • Finally, when it comes to the excesses of Wall Street that led up to the financial crisis, it's true that no one was a bigger cheerleader for homeownership than Bush -- but no one was more hostile to regulation than the former CEO of Halliburton, who put a lot of effort into dismantling and booby-trapping the government's regulatory apparatus.

    Cheney Lurks Just Beneath Bush's Words

  • I wondered if she had learned how to do that trick too, along with booby-trapping her freezer.

    Venom

  • Finally, when it comes to the excesses of Wall Street that led up to the financial crisis, it's true that no one was a bigger cheerleader for homeownership than Bush -- but no one was more hostile to regulation than the former CEO of Halliburton, who put a lot of effort into dismantling and booby-trapping the government's regulatory apparatus.

    Cheney Lurks Just Beneath Bush's Words

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