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- adj. Of a gait, short, rapid and high-stepping.
- adj. traplike, reminiscent of a trap
- adj. Abundant in traps
- adj. Like the mineral called trap; trappean; trappous.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Same as trappous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as trappean.
- Of the nature of a trap; treacherous.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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He was driving a "trappy" bay nag, and his new road wagon had rubber tires.
DO play more suited connectors and trappy hands to get paid off by all those guys who suddenly have aces and kings every time they enter a pot.
Just an observation of course. ps that Caroline Flint is a right trappy minger. (just another observation) 3: 25 PM
Not only funny, but also quite non-tourist trappy.
There's good news and bad news regards to this trappy fire here in Ruidoso.
She expected be in charge and would concentrate on keeping trappy. him future you're mine, you hear what I'm telling you? one else can come near you, right? 'looked down into her eyes and she knew he meant one father and nodded solemnly, io one else, Barry, I promise you.
All we encountered were small groups of cluckers, flame-vipers, and glass scorpions — common species that the divers had already bagged back in the tourist-trappy pools at the Big Beach.
Another trappy bird in the family is all I need! '
He did snatch it and jump, but the trap jumped, too, in its own trappy way, and the Rat who got the cheese left the three tip rings of his tail to pay for it.