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Definition of "ensnared" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of ensnare. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ensnared" in a sentence
  • "So far we've received five e-mails over at TPM: Three messages targeting freshman incumbents Michael Arcuri, Kirsten Gillibrand and John Hall, plus two against challengers Dan Maffei and Eric Massa, all of whom the NRCC says are now "ensnared" in Spitzer's scandal. print share"
  • "I found an article headline that says he was "ensnared" by British authorities, but not much in the way of fanfare."
  • "Bernard Kouchner, the French Foreign Minister, declared that Lula da Silva was "on the wrong track" and risked being "ensnared" by Iran's deceit."