verb (used with object), snared, snar·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM snaresnareless, adjectivesnarer, nounsnar·ing·ly, adverbun·snared, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for snare
Thank goodness she was thus snared, for even today she has no equal.
“The web she wove snared her a long time before she entered the courtroom,” he says.
It has snared, or threatens to snare, millions of taxpayers in the middle class and above.How Did We Leave Behind A Whopping Middle-class Tax Hike?||December 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"Operation Ivy League" last week snared five Columbia students, accused of running a large drug-selling operation.
And very many of them shall stumble and fall, and shall be broken in pieces, and shall be snared, and taken.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
She knew that she was snared, but she showed no sign of fear.The Proud Prince|Justin Huntly McCarthy
He set nets in the river, he snared birds in the forest, and he worked at any odd jobs that came along.Mighty Mikko|Parker Fillmore
The irony in the compliments he received on being snared by a girl he had tried to snare cooled his infatuation.Court Beauties of Old Whitehall|W. R. H. Trowbridge
When we snared a rabbit, I always wanted to find it caught around the neck and strangled to death.Beautiful Joe|Marshall Saunders