Definition of Mantraps

1. Noun. (plural of mantrap) ¹



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Definition of Mantraps

1. mantrap [n] - See also: mantrap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mantraps

mantlets
mantling
mantlings
manto
mantoes
mantologist
mantologists
mantology
mantos
mantou
mantra
mantralike
mantram
mantrams
mantrap
mantraps (current term)
mantras
mantric
mantua
mantuamaker
mantuamakers
mantuas
manty
manu
manu militari
manual
manual(a)
manual alphabet
manual communication
manual dexterity

Literary usage of Mantraps

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1. The Metropolitan (1833)
"... keepers and the poachers, and prevent the constant effusion of blood, is to allow them to return to the old system of setting mantraps and spring guns. ..."

2. The United States Democratic Review by Conrad Swackhamer (1852)
"This path is strewed with mantraps and cal- traps, and other destructive engines for catching wolves aud hunters. Unce, a portion of the body engaged in the ..."

3. George Eliot's Works by George Eliot (1895)
"... dare consequences; but David was too timid to be a sharper, or venture in any way among the mantraps of the law. He dared rob nobody but his mother. ..."

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