Definition of Snared

1. Verb. (past of snare) ¹



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Definition of Snared

1. snare [v] - See also: snare

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snared

snapshot
snapshot program
snapshotlike
snapshots
snapshotted
snapshotting
snapsuit
snapsuits
snapt
snapweed
snapweeds
snar
snare
snare drum
snare drums
snared (current term)
snarer
snarers
snares
snarf
snarfed
snarfing
snarfle
snarfled
snarfles
snarfling
snarfs
snarge
snarier
snariest

Literary usage of Snared

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1. Father and Son: Biographical Recollections by Edmund Gosse (1907)
"... irritating to his hapless correspondent, who was now "snared" indeed, limed by the pen like a bird by the feet, and could not by any means escape. ..."

2. Yashka, My Life as Peasant, Officer and Exile by Isaac Don Levine (1919)
"CHAPTER IV snared BY A LIBERTINE GOVERNOR MAY had come. The Lena had opened and become navigable. The heavy iron doors of the prison were unlocked and ..."

3. Time Flies: A Reading Diary by Christina Georgina Rossetti (1902)
"... daily walk: An apple cankered on its stalk, A robin snared for all his wings, A voice that sang but never sings; Yea, sight or sound or silence stings. ..."

4. The Patriarchs and Lawgivers of the Old Testament: A Series of Sermons by Frederick Denison Maurice (1867)
"... of their gods shall ye burn with fire: thou shalt not desire the silver or gold that is on them, nor take it unto thee, lest thou be snared therein ..."

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