- a trap for catching lobsters, typically a box made of wooden slats with a funnellike entrance to the bait.
Origin of lobster pot
First recorded in 1755–65
Also called lobster trap.
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Examples from the Web for lobster pot
You mean there's a lobster-pot attached to every one of those?The Boy With the U. S. Fisheries
Much trouble would have been spared to himself and his translators, if Bbur had known a lobster-pot.The Bbur-nma in English
Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
Holy saints, skipper, ye'd not be sendin' me to choppin' poles wid a head on me like a lobster-pot?The Harbor Master
Theodore Goodridge Roberts
- a round basket or trap made of open slats used to catch lobsters
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