Definition of Traping
1. trape [v] - See also: trape
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Traping
Literary usage of Traping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1902)
"Why did he make him a common—What shall I call it? And a Kept Fellow, the Lowest of all Fellows, yet in Love with a Young Creature who was traping ..."
2. The History of Henry Fielding by Wilbur Lucius Cross (1918)
"And a Kept Fellow, the Lowest of all Fellows, yet in Love with a Young Creature who was traping after him, a Fugitive from her Father's House? ..."
3. The Comparative Geography of Palestine and the Sinaitic Peninsula by Carl Ritter, William Leonard Gage (1866)
"traping the Damascus road in the reverse direction, it runs from the west side of Tabor south-westward, passing the villages of ..."
4. Eldorado: Or, California as Seen by a Pioneer, 1850-1900 by David Augustus Shaw (1900)
"In the spring of 1832, Carson, thinking he could do better traping on his own account, took two men and leaving the party on Carson river, went higher up ..."
5. A History of British Birds by William Yarrell, Alfred Newton, Howard Saunders (1884)
"They soon made it up, and Saturday and Sunday they spent side by side, the male bird strutting round the hen, and traping his wings like a Turkey-cock. ..."