Definition of Trapped

1. Adjective. Forced to turn and face attackers. "Like a trapped animal"

Exact synonyms: At Bay, Cornered, Treed
Similar to: Unfree



Definition of Trapped

1. Verb. (past of trap) ¹

2. Adjective. caught in a trap ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trapped

1. trap [v] - See also: trap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trapped

traping
trapless
traplike
trapline
traplines
trapmaker
trapmakers
trapmaking
trapnest
trapnested
trapnesting
trapnests
trapoxin
trappable
trappean
trapped (current term)
trapped-particle instability
trapper
trapper's tea
trappers
trappier
trappiest
trapping
trappings
trappist
trappose
trappous
trappures
trappy
traprock

Literary usage of Trapped

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1. Memoirs of the American Entomological Society by American Entomological Society (1916)
"West Creek, NJ, VIII, 26 and 30, 1914, (Rehn; trapped, molasses jar in oak and pine woods), i 9, i juv. d", [ANS ï . Margate City, NJ, VII, 24 to VIII, 16, ..."

2. Space Radiation Hazards and the Vision for Space Exploration: Report of a by National Research Council (U.S.) (2006)
"trapped Radiation All of the magnetized planets have populations of highly energetic particles that are trapped in the planetary magnetic fields. ..."

3. Proxy Targets: Civilians in the War in Burundi by Timothy Paul Longman (1998)
"Civilian Population trapped in the Middle People throughout Burundi told Human Rights Watch that they feel trapped between the two sides in the civil war. ..."

4. Reminiscences of a Sportsman by Joel Parker Whitney (1906)
"trapped by putting steel traps on elevated poles where the eagles alight to survey the situation, and, although they often get away with a lamb or two, ..."

5. The emigrant ship: A Novel by William Clark Russell (1893)
"The instant I was at the bottom of the steps I saw that I was trapped, and turned to rush up, meaning to jump overboard with a shout to the Caroline's boat, ..."

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