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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of boobytrap.

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Examples

  • Mahmoud Jibril, the rebels' diplomatic chief, said Gadhafi's forces have boobytrapped oil fields.

    Libya rebels: Brega oil installations boobytrapped

  • Mahmoud Jibril, the rebels' diplomatic chief, said Gadhafi's forces have boobytrapped oil fields.

    Libya rebels: Brega oil installations boobytrapped

  • And I wouldn't make it like this human-obstacle-course the way the places in Indiana Jones are always boobytrapped.

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  • No, I'm sure the pile of Milk-Bone® dog snacks that Ella and I stumbled across in the park yesterday morning did not conceal a boobytrapped pit in the ground, nor a tripwire that would drop a steel cage around us, nor a noose that would tighten around our ankles and hoist us upside-down into the air.

    It looks like a trap to me, Scoob

  • No, I'm sure the pile of Milk-Bone® dog snacks that Ella and I stumbled across in the park yesterday morning did not conceal a boobytrapped pit in the ground, nor a tripwire that would drop a steel cage around us, nor a noose that would tighten around our ankles and hoist us upside-down into the air.

    It looks like a trap to me, Scoob

  • "The Big Blast" is drawn by future Joe Kubert partner and Three Stooges producer Norman Maurer, as C.B. breaks up a gang using boobytrapped T.

    Comic: CrimeBuster Classics

  • I may even deliberately leave some key access routes blocked & boobytrapped.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Barnes and Noble Challenge.

  • No, I'm sure the pile of Milk-Bone® dog snacks that Ella and I stumbled across in the park yesterday morning did not conceal a boobytrapped pit in the ground, nor a tripwire that would drop a steel cage around us, nor a noose that would tighten around our ankles and hoist us upside-down into the air.

    It looks like a trap to me, Scoob

  • As the Nazis fled the advancing Red Army, they often flooded and boobytrapped their research facilities, many of which were contained in mountain cave systems or underground bunkers.

    The Athena Project

  • No, I'm sure the pile of Milk-Bone® dog snacks that Ella and I stumbled across in the park yesterday morning did not conceal a boobytrapped pit in the ground, nor a tripwire that would drop a steel cage around us, nor a noose that would tighten around our ankles and hoist us upside-down into the air.

    It looks like a trap to me, Scoob

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