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Definition of "insnared" [insnared]

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

Use "insnared" in a sentence
  • "Many such pools of light, gifts, and profession, have we seen utterly dried up, when they have come into age, or been insnared by the temptations of the world."
  • "Therefore I know not whether I should grieve most for those who were slain, or for those whom the devil insnared into the eternal pains of hell, where they will be chained like him."
  • "The infinite number of rats that all the voyage had been our plague, we now were glad to make our prey to feed on; and as they were insnared and taken a well grown rat was sold for sixteen shillings as a market rate."