- difficult or tricky: trappy terrain.
- catching one unawares: trappy pitfalls.
- (of horses) moving with the legs lifted high in a short and rapid manner.
Origin of trappy
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Examples from the Web for trappy
Trappy, lad,” shouted another, “does ta sleep inside that owd thing?
Trappy Pape was the next to be joked, as he came up hugging the green baize bag containing his violoncello.
He was driving a "trappy" bay nag, and his new road wagon had rubber tires.When Egypt Went Broke
The ground is so trappy that one hardly cares to take one's eyes off it for a moment.My African Journey