There may be no entrapped pool of human talent left on earth with the dollar value of Cuban athletes.
This is not the conduct of one coerced or entrapped into crime.
On a 1957 trip to Moscow, Alsop was entrapped by a handsome young KGB spy and the incident was caught on camera.
Lincoln has entrapped him into arguing not against Lincoln, but against the English language.
At the battle of Salamis, that navy had entrapped and smashed the Persian fleet.
The counsel for the defense felt he had been entrapped in attempting to be sarcastic with the redoubtable detective.
He was entrapped; not taken in open day, with a fair field before him.
They were the graves of the Belgian soldiers who had been entrapped.
His anger increased as he thought how he had been entrapped, like a mere child.
Alone within the four white walls she moved breathlessly to and fro like a woodland creature that has been entrapped.