Definition of Trapans
1. trapan [v] - See also: trapan
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trapans
Literary usage of Trapans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Latvians: A Short History by Andrejs Plakans (1995)
"... "Latvian National Rebirth," Problems of Communism 28 (1989): 77-94. 7. Jan Arved trapans, "The Sources of Latvia's Popular Movement," in Jan Arved ..."
2. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"377 ; ' Nothing but gins, and snares, and trapans for souls,' Serm. iii. 166 (Todd). The last quotation puts the matter in a very clear light. ..."
3. Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson by Lucy Hutchinson, Harold Hannyngton Child (1904)
"Hereupon some, convinc'd of the injuries they did him, about this time sought to doe him right, in some meeting where one of the Buckingham's trapans was, ..."
4. The Chinese Repository by Elijah Coleman Bridgman, S. W. Williams (1840)
"... and to stand in need of the Europeans, not only for trapans, and for all the other difficult operations of ..."
5. A Historical Inquiry Concerning Henry Hudson, His Friends, Relatives and by John Meredith Read, Historical Society of Delaware (1866)
"... in some meeting where one of the Buckingham's trapans was, and say'd he was unchang'd in his principles, which was all that ever I could heare was ..."